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Title   Aesthetics the Classical Readings 

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Author   COOPER D  ISBN   9780631195696  Add to shopping cart   
Publisher   Blackwell Science  Group   Sci/Hum. View shopping cart
Binding   Paperback Category   Philosophy  Terms and conditions
Edition   1/1997 Type   Go back
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Subject   Philosophy 
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Synopsis This volume contains a wealth of historic writings on aesthetics, stretching from Plato to Collingwood, and is essential reading for both students and researchers who take the traditions of aesthetic thought seriously.The volume includes such classics of western philosophy as Hume's essay on taste and Schopenhauer's discussion of music, as well as notable writings by Chinese and Indian thinkers, such as Mo Tzu and Coomaraswamy. The scope of aesthetics is understood widely, to include discussions of natural beauty as well as the theory of art, and the selected readings address a wide range of issues including the relation between art, morality and politics, artistic creativity, the criteria for aesthetic judgement, and the nature of aesthetic pleasure.The volume begins with a substantial introduction to aesthetics and each selected text is prefaced by a helpful discussion of its context, content and relationship to other writings. Contents: Introduction. 1. Republic, Book 10: Plato. 2. Poetics, Chapters 1-13: Aristotle. 3. Against Music: Mo Tzu. A Discussion of Music: Hsun Tzu. 4. Enneads, 1. 6: Plotinus. 5. Quotes on Painting: Shih-t'oa. 6. Of the Standard Taste: Hume. 7. Critique of Aesthetic Judgement 1-13, 16, 23-4, 28: Kant. 8. On the Aesthetic Education of Man, Letters 26-7: Schiller. 9. Introduction to Aesthetics, Chapters 1-3: Hegel. 10. The World as Will and Representation, Vol I 52: Schopenhauer. 11. On Art: Tolstoy. 12. Art, Chapter 1: Bell. 13. The Dance of Siva, Chapters 2-3: Coomaraswamy. 14. Art as Experience, Chapter 1: Dewey. 15. On the Origin of the Work of Art: Heidegger. 16. The Principles of Art, Chapter 7: Collingwood.

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