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Aesthetics from classical Greece to the present; a short history

Author: Monroe C Beardsley
Publisher: New York, Macmillan [1966]
Series: Fields of philosophy.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : [1st ed.]View all editions and formats
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Genre/Form: History
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Monroe C Beardsley
OCLC Number: 376646
Description: 414 pages 21 cm
Contents: 1. First thoughts --
2. Plato: Art and imitation ; Beauty ; Morality ; 3. Aristotle: The proper pleasure of tragedy ; Aristotle's answer to Plato ; 4. The later classical philosophers: Hellenism and Roman classicism ; Plotinus ; 5. The Middle Ages: St. Augustine ; St. Thomas Aquinas ; The theory of interpretation ; 6. The Renaissance: Neoplatonism ; Theory of painting ; Music and poetry ; 7. The Enlightenment: Cartesian rationalism: Poetics ; Theory of painting and music ; Toward a unified aesthetics ; 8. The Enlightenment: empiricism: Imagination and artistic creation ; The problem of taste: Shaftesbury to Hume ; The aesthetic qualities: Hogarth to Alison ; 9. German idealism: Immanuel Kant ; Objective idealism ; 10. Romanticism: The aesthetics of feeling ; Theories of the imagination ; Schopenhauer and Nietzsche ; 11. The artist and society: Art for art's sake ; Realism ; Social responsibility ; 12. Contemporary developments: Croce and the metaphysicians ; Santayana and Dewey ; Semiotic approaches ; Marxism-Leninism ; Phenomenology and existentialism ; Empiricism.
Series Title: Fields of philosophy.
Responsibility: [by] Monroe C. Beardsley.

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