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The Resource Aesthetics, Nicolai Hartmann

Aesthetics, Nicolai Hartmann

Label
Aesthetics
Title
Aesthetics
Statement of responsibility
Nicolai Hartmann
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Author
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Language
  • eng
  • ger
  • eng
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1882-1950
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Hartmann, Nicolai
Dewey number
111.85
Index
no index present
LC call number
BH151
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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Kelly, Eugene
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  • Aesthetics
  • PHILOSOPHY
  • Aesthetics
  • Ästhetik
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Aesthetics, Nicolai Hartmann
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Contents
  • Translator's Introduction: Hartmann on the Mystery and Value of Art; Introduction; 1 The Aesthetical Attitude and Aesthetics as Knowledge; 2 Laws of Beauty and Knowledge of Them; 3 Beauty as the Universal Object of Aesthetics; 4 Aesthetical Acts and Aesthetic Object. Four-Part Analysis; 5 Separation from and Attachment to Life; 6 Form and Content, Matter and Material; 7 Intuition, Enjoyment, Assessment, and Productivity; 8 Beauty in Nature, Human Beauty, and Beauty in Art; 9 Idealistic Metaphysics of the Beauty; Intellectualism and the Focus upon Material Content
  • 10 The Aesthetics of Form and of Expression11 Psychological and Phenomenological Aesthetics; 12 Mode of Being and Structure of the Aesthetic Object; 13 Reality and Illusion, De-actualization and Appearance; 14 Imitation and Creativity; Part One: The Relationship of Appearance; First Section: The Structure of the Aesthetical Act; Chapter 1: On Perception in General; a) Looking through; b) The perceptual field as practically selected; c) Emotional components; Chapter 2: Aesthetic Perception; a) Return to the original attitude; b) The given-with and the process of revelation
  • C) Dwelling upon the "picture"d) The guidance of perception in the aesthetical relation; Chapter 3: Pleasure in Beholding; a) The conservation of the dynamic-emotional element in aesthetic perception; b) Perception and beholding; c) The role of vital and moral feeling of values; d) Pleasure, delight, enjoyment; e) Kant's doctrine of aesthetic pleasure; Second Section: The Structure of the Aesthetic Object; Chapter 4: Connection to the Analysis of the Act; a) Two kinds of looking and two strata of the object; b) The necessary correction of Hegel's "shining-forth of the idea."
  • C) The place of aesthetically autonomous pleasureChapter 5: The Law of Objectivation; a) The role of "matter"; b) The spiritual content and the living spirit; c) Being in itself and being for us in the objectivated spirit; d) Foreground and background; Chapter 6: Foreground and Background in the Representational Arts; a) On ordering the problem and its investigation; b) Stratification in the plastic arts; c) Drawing and painting; d) The fundamental relation in the art of poetry; e) The objective middle stratum of poetic works; f) Theater and the art of the actor
  • G) Actualization and de-actualizationChapter 7: Foreground and Background in the Non-representational Arts; a) Free play with form; b) Beauty in music; c) The phenomenon of the background in music; d) Composition and musical execution; e) On the appearing background in architecture; f) Practical purpose and free form; g) The place of ornament; Third Section: Beauty in Nature and in the Human World; Chapter 8: The Living Human Being as a Thing of Beauty; a) Human beauty as appearance; b) Beauty in relation to moral and to vital values; c) The appearance of the type
Control code
898769573
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Online-Ressource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783110381344
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  • c
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  • 9783110381344
  • urn:nbn:de:101:1-2016052610704
  • 10.1515/9783110276015
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8168120583830927780
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(OCoLC)898769573
Label
Aesthetics, Nicolai Hartmann
Publication
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Lizenzpflichtig
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Contents
  • Translator's Introduction: Hartmann on the Mystery and Value of Art; Introduction; 1 The Aesthetical Attitude and Aesthetics as Knowledge; 2 Laws of Beauty and Knowledge of Them; 3 Beauty as the Universal Object of Aesthetics; 4 Aesthetical Acts and Aesthetic Object. Four-Part Analysis; 5 Separation from and Attachment to Life; 6 Form and Content, Matter and Material; 7 Intuition, Enjoyment, Assessment, and Productivity; 8 Beauty in Nature, Human Beauty, and Beauty in Art; 9 Idealistic Metaphysics of the Beauty; Intellectualism and the Focus upon Material Content
  • 10 The Aesthetics of Form and of Expression11 Psychological and Phenomenological Aesthetics; 12 Mode of Being and Structure of the Aesthetic Object; 13 Reality and Illusion, De-actualization and Appearance; 14 Imitation and Creativity; Part One: The Relationship of Appearance; First Section: The Structure of the Aesthetical Act; Chapter 1: On Perception in General; a) Looking through; b) The perceptual field as practically selected; c) Emotional components; Chapter 2: Aesthetic Perception; a) Return to the original attitude; b) The given-with and the process of revelation
  • C) Dwelling upon the "picture"d) The guidance of perception in the aesthetical relation; Chapter 3: Pleasure in Beholding; a) The conservation of the dynamic-emotional element in aesthetic perception; b) Perception and beholding; c) The role of vital and moral feeling of values; d) Pleasure, delight, enjoyment; e) Kant's doctrine of aesthetic pleasure; Second Section: The Structure of the Aesthetic Object; Chapter 4: Connection to the Analysis of the Act; a) Two kinds of looking and two strata of the object; b) The necessary correction of Hegel's "shining-forth of the idea."
  • C) The place of aesthetically autonomous pleasureChapter 5: The Law of Objectivation; a) The role of "matter"; b) The spiritual content and the living spirit; c) Being in itself and being for us in the objectivated spirit; d) Foreground and background; Chapter 6: Foreground and Background in the Representational Arts; a) On ordering the problem and its investigation; b) Stratification in the plastic arts; c) Drawing and painting; d) The fundamental relation in the art of poetry; e) The objective middle stratum of poetic works; f) Theater and the art of the actor
  • G) Actualization and de-actualizationChapter 7: Foreground and Background in the Non-representational Arts; a) Free play with form; b) Beauty in music; c) The phenomenon of the background in music; d) Composition and musical execution; e) On the appearing background in architecture; f) Practical purpose and free form; g) The place of ornament; Third Section: Beauty in Nature and in the Human World; Chapter 8: The Living Human Being as a Thing of Beauty; a) Human beauty as appearance; b) Beauty in relation to moral and to vital values; c) The appearance of the type
Control code
898769573
Extent
Online-Ressource
Form of item
online
Isbn
9783110381344
Media category
Computermedien
Media MARC source
rdamedia/ger
Media type code
  • c
Other control number
  • 9783110381344
  • urn:nbn:de:101:1-2016052610704
  • 10.1515/9783110276015
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8168120583830927780
Specific material designation
remote
System control number
(OCoLC)898769573

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