The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 1 (1923) > Issues > Issue 3 > The Conflict Between Theory and Practice
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The Conflict Between Theory and Practice

The conflict between theory and practice in structural engineering. This supposed conflict is one of the perennial subjects for discussion, and some people believe that it is useless constantly to be arguing over the matter because the champions of the two points of view approach the subject from different avenues and will not give way in the least to each other.