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The art of Hegel's aesthetics : Hegelian philosophy and the perspectives of art history

Author: Paul A Kottman; Michael Squire
Publisher: Paderborn : Wilhelm Fink, [2018] ©2018
Series: Morphomata, v. 39.
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats
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This volume explores one of modernity?s most profound and far-reaching philosophies of art: the Vorlesungen über die Ästhetik, delivered by Georg Friedrich Wilhelm Hegel in the 1820s. The book has two overriding objectives: first, to ask how Hegel?s work illuminates specific periods and artworks in light of contemporary art-historical discussions; second, to explore how art history helps us make better sense and  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings
Congresses
Named Person: Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel; Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel; Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paul A Kottman; Michael Squire
ISBN: 9783770562855 3770562852
OCLC Number: 1020777861
Notes: International conference proceedings.
Description: 389 pages, 16 pages of plates : illustrations (some color), portraits ; 24 cm
Contents: MICHAEL SQUIRE, Introduction: Hegel and art history ; WHITNEY DAVIS, The Absolute in the mirror: Symbolic art and cosmological perspectivism ; JULIA PETERS, Hegel on Spirit, nature and the function of classical art ; MICHAEL SQUIRE, Unser Knie beugen wir doch nicht mehr? Hegel, classical art and the Reformation of art history ; FRED RUSH, Still life and the end of painting ; HANNEKE GROOTENBOER, The self-conscious image: Painting and Hegel's idea of reflection ; ROBERT PIPPIN, Hegel on painting ; T.J. CLARK, Beauty lacks strength: Hegel and the art of his century ; PAUL A. KOTTMAN, Hegel and Shakespeare on the pastness of art ; INGVILD TORSEN, The future of Hegelian art history: On the body in late modern sculpture ; SEBASTIAN GARDNER, Art's loss of vocation: Hegel and Philosophical Romanticism ; PAUL A. KOTTMAN Envoi: The art of Hegel's aesthetics.
Series Title: Morphomata, v. 39.
Responsibility: edited by Paul A. Kottman and Michael Squire.

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This volume explores one of modernity?s most profound and far-reaching philosophies of art: the Vorlesungen über die Ästhetik, delivered by Georg Friedrich Wilhelm Hegel in the 1820s. The book has two overriding objectives: first, to ask how Hegel?s work illuminates specific periods and artworks in light of contemporary art-historical discussions; second, to explore how art history helps us make better sense and use of Hegelian aesthetics.00In bringing together a range of internationally acclaimed critical voices, the volume establishes an important disciplinary bridge between aesthetics and art history. Given the recent resurgence of interest in?global? art history, and calls for more comparative approaches to?visual culture?, contributors ask what role Hegel has played within the field? and what role he could play in the future. What can a historical treatment of art accomplish? How should we explain the?need? for certain artistic forms at different historical junctures? Has art history been?Hegelian? without fully acknowledging it? Indeed, have art historians shirked some of the fundamental questions that Hegel raised?

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