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|Additional Physical Format:||Online version:
Hodin, J.P. (Josef Paul).
Modern art and the modern mind.
Cleveland, Press of Case Western Reserve University, 1972
|All Authors / Contributors:||
J P Hodin
|Description:||xvi, 365 pages illustrations 24 cm|
|Contents:||pt. 1. Philosophy and modern art: Symbol and Chiffre in art: a meeting with Karl Jaspers --
Kokoschka on the myth and fate of Europe: thoughts on the philosophy of a humanist culture --
The philosophical meaning of the work of art --
Time and the artist: containing some statements by Julius Bissier on contemporary art --
Figuration and abstraction --
pt. 2. Psychology and modern art: The hell of initiation: an essay prompted by a conversation with C.G. Jung --
The future of surrealism --
pt. 3. Art and religion: The problem of Jewish art and its contemporary aspect --
The permanence of the sacred in art: the artist speaks --
pt. 4. Science and modern art: Art and modern science --
The timeless and the timebound in art: thoughts on the problem of abstraction --
Aesthetic judgment and modern art criticism: a contemporary problem --
The empirical approach to aesthetic problems: modern art --
The spirit of modern art --
What is modern art? --
Appendix A: Art and society: The Soviet attitude to art --
Art and sociology --
The museum and modern art --
Appendix B: A historical outline.
|Responsibility:||[by] J.P. Hodin.|