In the article Modern Movement is understood as the last part in the history of architecture which was continuation and the top of the Post-Englighement rational world. The transformations in the culture, after the 2nd World War had origins not only in the unfair adventage it's formal possibiliteies, but eihter, maybe first of all, inadequate to the changed worths, to the new paradigm. The origins of the transformations should be seen in the increascement of the scepticism about the human possibilities in the knowledge. The great falls in the 20th country: the 2nd World War, Holocaust and Hirosima at least unsettled human's belief in the Post-Kant's world of reason. The foreground in the middle of the century was the nihilistic philosophical concepts. In that time the pluralistic directions in the social life demaged the traditional mean of the place. Hiere is sketched a line of the thought from the human's belief in the progress and technology, by the negation of that belief and the triumph of the irrationalism, semiology'sexplorations of the cultural means hidden in the past of the culture of the West, to the revival of the Modern Movement watched in the last decade of the century. The foundation, not always consciouned, of the architect's work understood as the mirror of the times is the work of the philosophy, sociology and antropology. Here sre the names of: Voltaire, Kant, Nietzsche, Heidegger, Lyotard and Derrida, as the persons who the most precisely put a good construction on their times and the most important worths of the human life, srt, and architecture ariesed from it. The theoretics of architecture, as Hannes Meyer, Baynham, Giedion, Jencks and Andrew Benjamin who works on the boundary beetwen philosophy and architecture, follow philosophers some paces away later. The article does not pretend to be an answer for the question "what is going on in the architecture today", it rather shows it's philosophy foundations and see in the hermeneutic the right way to explore the contemporary trends in the srchitecture.