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Toward science in aesthetics; selected essays.

Author: Thomas Munro
Publisher: New York, Liberal Arts Press, 1956.
Series: Essay and monograph series of the Liberal Arts Press.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A guide to the gerbil--an animal with better hearing, keener eyesight, and faster learning ability than the rat.
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Munro, Thomas, 1897-
Toward science in aesthetics.
New York, Liberal Arts Press, 1956
(OCoLC)614434739
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Thomas Munro
OCLC Number: 655127
Description: xv, 371 pages illustrations 25 cm
Contents: Scientific method in aesthetics. Experimental aesthetics ; The analysis of form ; Aesthetic psychology ; Valuation and value standards --
Aesthetics as a science : its development in Europe and America --
Knowledge and control in the field of aesthetics --
Form in the arts : an outline of aesthetic morphology --
The morphology of art as a branch of aesthetics --
Style in the arts : a method of stylistic analysis --
Form and value in the arts : a functional approach --
The concept of beauty in the philosophy of naturalism --
Aesthetics and the artist --
The place of aesthetics in the art museum --
"The afternoon of a faun" and the interrelation of the art.
Series Title: Essay and monograph series of the Liberal Arts Press.

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A guide to the gerbil--an animal with better hearing, keener eyesight, and faster learning ability than the rat.

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