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Art and embodiment : from aesthetics to self-consciousness / Paul Crowther.

By: Crowther, Paul, (1953- ).
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Oxford Clarendon Press 1993Description: 210 σ. 22 εκ.ISBN: 0199244979 (pbk).Subject(s): Kant- Immanuel (1724-1804) | Heidegger- Martin (1889-1976) | Merleau-Ponty- Maurice (1908-1961) | Τέχνη -- Θεωρία | Αισθητική εμπειρία | Τέχνη-- -- Φιλοσοφία | Τέχνη -- Ορισμός | Δημιουργία -- Καλλιτεχνική
Contents:
Περιεχόμενα: Introduction: An ecological theory of art / PART ONE Varieties and structures of aesthetic experience: The aesthetic domain: a logical geography - Aesthetic experience and the experience of art - Alienation and disalienation in abstract art / PART TWO The philosophical significance of art: Fundamental ontology and transcendent beauty: an approach to Kant's aesthetics - Heidegger and the question of aesthetics - Merleau-Ponty: vision and painting - Art, architecture and self-consciousness: an exploration of Hegel's aesthetics / PART THREE The ecological significance of art: The needs of self-consciousness: from aesthetic experience to unalienated artifice - Art and the needs of self-consciousness - Defining art: questions of creativity and originality / Appendix: An alternative treatment of artistic creativity
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Περιεχόμενα: Introduction: An ecological theory of art / PART ONE Varieties and structures of aesthetic experience: The aesthetic domain: a logical geography - Aesthetic experience and the experience of art - Alienation and disalienation in abstract art / PART TWO The philosophical significance of art: Fundamental ontology and transcendent beauty: an approach to Kant's aesthetics - Heidegger and the question of aesthetics - Merleau-Ponty: vision and painting - Art, architecture and self-consciousness: an exploration of Hegel's aesthetics / PART THREE The ecological significance of art: The needs of self-consciousness: from aesthetic experience to unalienated artifice - Art and the needs of self-consciousness - Defining art: questions of creativity and originality / Appendix: An alternative treatment of artistic creativity

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