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The Western theory of tradition : terms and paradigms of the cultural sublime

Author: Sanford Budick
Publisher: New Haven : Yale University Press, ©2000.
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"Sanford Budick reveals an operative concept of Western cultures that has been only partially understood: according to this concept, the act of freely receiving and handing on cultural tradition and the act of achieving moral and aesthetic freedom in sublime representation are the same phenomenon. This dual phenomenon Budick calls the cultural sublime, and he traces it in literary, philosophical, and artistic works  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Budick, Sanford, 1942-
Western theory of tradition
(DLC) 99086678
(OCoLC)43397808
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Sanford Budick
ISBN: 9780300160536 0300160534
OCLC Number: 898275107
Description: 1 online resource (xxii, 293 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: Ch. 1. The Cultural Sublime: Descartes, Kant, and Rembrandt --
Ch. 2. The Present Experience of Priority: Rembrandt and Jeremiah (and Isaiah and Ezekiel) --
Ch. 3. The Second-State Self in the Scene of Victimization and Resistance: Hegel and Virgil --
Ch. 4. The Surrealism of "Respect" for Tradition: Virgil, Homer, Kant --
Ch. 5. Apostrophe in the Westering Sublime: The Matrilineal Muse of Homer, Virgil, Dryden, Pope, and T.S. Eliot --
Ch. 6. Counterperiodization and the Colloquial: Wordsworth and "the Days of Dryden and Pope" --
Ch. 7. The Reinvention of Desire: Milton's (and Ezekiel's) Sublime Melancholia --
Ch. 8. Self-Endangerment of Obliviousness in "Personal Culture": Goethe's "Manifold" Tasso.
Responsibility: Sanford Budick.

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"Sanford Budick reveals an operative concept of Western cultures that has been only partially understood: according to this concept, the act of freely receiving and handing on cultural tradition and the act of achieving moral and aesthetic freedom in sublime representation are the same phenomenon. This dual phenomenon Budick calls the cultural sublime, and he traces it in literary, philosophical, and artistic works from Homer, Virgil, and the Bible to Rembrandt, Milton, Kant, Baudelaire, Freud, and Sarraute."--Jacket.

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