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At The Limits Of Art

Author : Janet Downie
ISBN : 9780199924875
Genre : Literary Criticism
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At the Limits of Art investigates the literary aspirations of Aelius Aristides' puzzling dream-memoir of illness and divine healing, the Hieroi Logoi.

Merleau Ponty At The Limits Of Art Religion And Perception

Author : Kascha Semonovitch
ISBN : 9781441119315
Genre : Philosophy
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This book poses the question of what lies at the limit of philosophy. Through close studies of French phenomenologist Maurice Merleau-Ponty's life and work, the authors examine one of the twentieth century's most interdisciplinary philosophers whose thought intersected with and contributed to the practices of art, psychology, literature, faith and philosophy. As these essays show, Merleau-Ponty's oeuvre disrupts traditional disciplinary boundaries and prompts his readers to ask what, exactly, constitutes philosophy and its others. Featuring essays by an international team of leading phenomenologists, art theorists, theologians, historians of philosophy, and philosophers of mind, this volume breaks new ground in Merleau-Ponty scholarship-including the first sustained reflections on the relationship between Merleau-Ponty and religion-and magnifies a voice that is talked-over in too many conversations across the academic disciplines. Anyone interested in phenomenology, art theory and history, cognitive science, the philosophy of mind, and the philosophy of religion will find themselves challenged and engaged by the articles included in this important effort at inter-disciplinary philosophy.

Art At The Limits Of Perception

Author : Jerome Carroll
ISBN : 3039105698
Genre : Philosophy
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This book traces the significance that the modulations of sensory perception have had for thinking about aesthetics and art in the last two and a half centuries. Beyond a discussion of the philosophical significance of beauty, or of the puzzle of aesthetic representation, aesthetics is conceived broadly as a means of describing our relationship to the world in terms of the habits of perception, and indeed the overturning of these habits, as in the modernist aesthetic of defamiliarisation. In the light of the ideas of the contemporary German aesthetic theorist, Wolfgang Welsch, this book offers the first discussion of the theory and practice of art that operates at the poles of perception: sensory experience that exceeds conceptual organisation, and the imperceptible, or what Welsch calls the 'anaesthetic'. These seemingly opposite poles have many parallels: a comparable indeterminacy of meaning and a similar challenge to representation, but also a shared focus on the habits and modulations of sensory perception and a similar interrogation of the boundary between art and that which surrounds it. The author applies the categories discussed to art practice, in particular to the theatre of Peter Handke, Samuel Beckett and Heiner Muller."

At The Limits Of Presentation

Author : Martta Heikkilä
ISBN : 363158105X
Genre : Art
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This study explores the significance of art in Jean-Luc Nancy's philosophy. The main object of the work is to discuss the notion of art and its contribution to some of Nancy's central ontological ideas. Art's importance is considered in its own right - the main questions being whether art does have ontological significance, and if so, how one should describe this with respect to the theme of presentation. According to the work's central argument, with his thinking on art Nancy attempts to give one viewpoint to what is called the metaphysics of presence and to its deconstruction. On which grounds may one say that art is not reducible to philosophy? These topics are examined by highlighting the differentiation between the notions of -presentation- and -representation- with regard to the influence of Martin Heidegger and Jacques Derrida on Nancy's thought."

The Limits Of Art

Author : Tzvetan Todorov
ISBN : 1906497621
Genre : Art
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"[The first] essay is a much revised and augmented version of an earlier article by Tzvetan Todorov, 'Avant-gardes and Totalitarianism' (Arthur Goldhammer trans.), published in 'Daedalus' 136(1) (Winter 2007):51-66."--P. 3.

At The Limits Of Romanticism

Author : Mary A. Favret
ISBN : 0253321565
Genre : History
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Examines the feminine, the domestic, the local, collective, sentimental and novelistic in the Romantic literary canon. This book questions romanticism, suppression of the feminine, the material, and the collective, and its opposition to readings centering on these concerns.

Laocoon

Author : Gotthold Ephraim Lessing
ISBN : NYPL:33433082208996
Genre : Aesthetics
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Sense And Finitude

Author : Alejandro A. Vallega
ISBN : 9781438424903
Genre : Philosophy
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Takes Heidegger’s later thought as a point of departure for exploring the boundaries of post-conceptual thinking.

The Social Limits Of Art

Author : John Manfredi
ISBN : 0870233726
Genre : Art
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Laocoon

Author : Gotthold Ephraim Lessing
ISBN : 9780486170381
Genre : Philosophy
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According to Greek mythology, Laocoon was a Trojan priest who, along with his two sons, offended the gods. As punishment, the three were strangled by sea serpents. The discovery in 1506 of an ancient Greek sculpture showing the three figures in their death agony not only gave rise to renewed interest in the classical period but also created repercussions in the art world. It was this work of art that German dramatist and critic Gotthold Lessing used as a point of reference for his essay Laocoon. Originally published in 1766, Lessing's inspired meditation on the distinguishing characteristics of painting and poetry became a turning point in the study of Western art. His essay on the origins, forms, and influences of these art forms aided in framing modern conceptions of the artistic medium and helped establish modernist views of the uniqueness of the individual arts. A breakthrough vision in aesthetics, Laocoon is essential reading for anyone interested in poetry, art history, and the fine arts.

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