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The thing and art : two essays on the ontotopy of the work of art

Author: Arvydas Šliogeris
Publisher: Amsterdam ; New York : Rodopi, 2009.
Series: On the boundary of two worlds, 16.
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On the grounds of the interpretation of Rainer Maria Rilke¿s poetry and Paul Cézanne¿s paintings the book attempts to approach the work of art as a thing. This lets to overcome a one-sided aesthetical interpretation of the origin of the work of art and to indicate its place in the cosmos of uncreated, i.e. not hominized things. So, the second fundamental issue raised is a try to point out a metaphysical difference  Read more...
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Šliogeris, Arvydas.
Thing and art.
Amsterdam ; New York, NY : Rodopi, 2009
(OCoLC)319498224
Named Person: Paul Cézanne; Rainer Maria Rilke; Paul Czanne
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Arvydas Šliogeris
ISBN: 9781441606426 1441606424 9042025646 9789042025646
OCLC Number: 649903324
Description: 1 online resource (xi, 153 p.) : ill.
Series Title: On the boundary of two worlds, 16.
Other Titles: Daiktas ir menas.
Responsibility: Arvydas Sliogeris ; translated from Lithuanian by Robertas Beinartas ; introduced by Leonidas Donskis.

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On the grounds of the interpretation of Rainer Maria Rilke¿s poetry and Paul Cézanne¿s paintings the book attempts to approach the work of art as a thing. This lets to overcome a one-sided aesthetical interpretation of the origin of the work of art and to indicate its place in the cosmos of uncreated, i.e. not hominized things. So, the second fundamental issue raised is a try to point out a metaphysical difference between a hominized and not hominized (natural) thing. Such a non-aesthetical point of view is called ontotopy by the author and is opposed to traditional ontology and the philosophy of art.

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