The Architect must be uniquely prejudiced.
“The Architect must be uniquely prejudiced. If his work is to ring with conviction, he will be completely committed to his particular way of seeing the universe. It is only then that every man sees his particular truth. Only a few find themselves in such a way.”
Rudolph, Paul Marvin, 1918-1997. "For Perspecta." Perspecta 7 (1961): 51-63.