"Essentialism and Archetypes." The pioneering Modern American Architect, Louis Sullivan, wrote, "The germ is the real thing; the seat of identity. Within its delicate mechanism lies the will to power: the function which is to seek and eventually find its full expression in form." Frank Lloyd Wright wrote, "What is honor? Not the rules of a code—but the nature of honor. What would be the honor of a brick? That in the brick which makes the brick a brick." What did these architects mean? How does it affect our understandings of our world today? Tune in and find out.