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Philosophy of the arts : an introduction to aesthetics, Gordon Graham

Label
Philosophy of the arts : an introduction to aesthetics
Title
Philosophy of the arts
Title remainder
an introduction to aesthetics
Statement of responsibility
Gordon Graham
Creator
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
  • 111/.85
  • 111.85
Index
index present
LC call number
BH39
LC item number
.G67 2000
Literary form
non fiction
Label
Philosophy of the arts : an introduction to aesthetics, Gordon Graham
Publication
Note
Previous ed.: 2000
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
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  • zbnus
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Contents
Art and pleasure -- Hume on taste and tragedy -- Collingwood on art as amusement -- Mill on higher and lower pleasures -- The nature of pleasure -- Art and beauty -- Beauty and pleasure -- Kant on beauty -- The aesthetic attitude and the sublime -- Art and the aesthetic -- Gadamer and art as play -- Art and sport -- Art and emotion -- Tolstoy and everyday expressivism -- Aristotle and Katharsis -- Expression and imagination -- Croce and 'intuition' -- Collingwood's expressivism -- Expression versus expressiveness -- Art and understanding -- Hegel, art and mind -- Art, science and knowledge -- Aesthetic -- Cognitivism, for and against -- Imagination and experience -- The objects of imagination -- Art and the world -- Understanding as a norm -- Art and -- Human nature -- Music and sonic art -- Music and pleasure -- Music and emotion -- Music as language -- Music and representation -- Musical vocabulary and musical grammar -- The uniqueness of music -- Music and beauty -- Music as the exploration of sound -- Sonic art and digital technology -- The visual arts -- What is representation? -- Representation and artistic value - Art and the visual -- Visual art and the non-visual -- Film as art -- Montage versus Longshot -- Talkies -- The 'auteur' in film -- The literary arts -- Poetry and prose -- The unity of form and content -- Figures of speech -- Expressive language -- Poetic devices -- Narrative and fiction -- Literature and understanding -- The performing arts -- Artist, audience, and performer -- Painting as the paradigm of art -- Nietzsche and the birth of tragedy -- Performance and participation -- The art of the actor -- Architecture as an art -- The peculiarities of architecture -- Form and function and 'the decorated -- Shed' façade, deception, and the 'Zeitgeist' -- Functionalism -- Formalism and 'space' -- Architectural expression -- Architecture and understanding -- Modern art -- The break with tradition -- Experimental art and the avant-garde - The art of the readymade -- Conceptual art -- The market in art -- Art and leisure -- The aesthetics of nature -- The objectivity of aesthetic evaluation -- The artist's intention -- The intentionalist -- 'Fallacy' -- Natural beauty -- Environmentalism and the aesthetics of nature -- Theories of art -- Defining art -- Art as an institution -- Sociology and the marxist theory of art - Lukacs and realism -- Levy-Strauss and structuralism -- Derrida and deconstruction -- Hegel and Schopenhauer : normative theory of art.nto th
Control code
000026684503
Edition
3rd ed
Extent
xi, 268 p
Isbn
9780415349796
Isbn Type
(pbk. : alk. paper)
Lccn
2005002568
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.b21630033
System control number
sr21630033

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