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Aesthetics: Comprehensive Anthology

Aesthetics: Comprehensive Anthology - 08 edition

Aesthetics: Comprehensive Anthology - 08 edition

ISBN13: 9781405154352

ISBN10: 1405154357

Aesthetics: Comprehensive Anthology by Steve Cahn - ISBN 9781405154352
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Edition: 08
Copyright: 2008
Publisher: Blackwell Publishers
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Aesthetics: Comprehensive Anthology by Steve Cahn - ISBN 9781405154352

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ISBN10: 1405154357

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Edition: 08
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Aesthetics: Classic and Contemporary Readings.Edited by Cahn and Meskin.Preface.Part I: Historical Sources.1. The Modern System of the Arts: Paul Oskar Kristeller.2. Ion: Plato.3. The Republic: Plato.4. Symposium: Plato.5. Poetics: Aristotle.6. Ennead I, vi: Plotinus.7. Of Music: St. Augustine.8. On the Reduction of the Arts to Theology: St. Bonaventure.9. Characteristics of Men, Manners, Opinions, Times: Third Earl of Shaftesbury.10. Inquiry into the Origins of our Ideas of Beauty and Virtue: Francis Hutcheson.11. Of the Standard of Taste: David Hume.12. Philosophical Inquiry into the Origin of our Ideas on the Sublime and the Beautiful: Sir Edmund Burke.13. Laocoon: Gotthold Lesing.14. Critique of Judgment: Immanuel Kant.Part II: Modern Theories.15. Introduction to Modern Theories: Christopher Janaway.16. Letter of an Aesthetic Education of Man: Friedrich Schiller.17. Philosophy of Art: Friedrich J.W. Schelling.18. The Philosophy of Fine Art: Georg W.F. Hegel.19. The World as Will and Representation: Arthur Schopenhauer.20. The Beautiful in Music: Eduard Hanslick.21. The Birth of Tragedy: Friedrich Nietzsche.22. What is Art?: Leo Tolstoy.23. 'Psychical Distance' as a Factor in Art and as an Aesthetic Principle: Edward Bullough.24. Art: Clive Bell.25. Aesthetics: Benedetto Croce.26. The Principles of Art: R.G. Collingwood.27. Art as Experience: John Dewey.28. Feeling and Form: Susanne Langer.29. The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction: Walter Benjamin.30. The Origin of the Work of Art: Martin Heidegger.31. Aesthetic Theory: Theodor Adorno.32. Truth and Method: Hans-Georg Gadamer.Part III: Contemporary Aesthetics and Philosophy of Art.33. Introduction to Contemporary Aesthetics: Susan Feagin and Aaron Meskin.34. Aesthetic Problems of Modern Philosophy: Stanley Cavell.35. The Role of Theory in Aesthetics: Morris Weitz.36. The Artworld: Arthur Danto.37. What is Art? An Institutional Analysis: George Dickie.38. When is Art?: Nelson Goodman.39. Identifying