By Alessandro Giovannelli
The e-book reconstructs the background of aesthetics, in actual fact illustrating an important makes an attempt to deal with such the most important concerns because the nature of aesthetic judgment, the prestige of artwork, and where of the humanities inside of society. perfect for undergraduate scholars, the booklet lays the required foundations for a whole and thorough figuring out of this interesting topic.
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Virtues of Authenticity: Essays on Plato and Socrates. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, Part III, “Plato: Questions of Beauty and the Arts,” 252–299. Stecker, Robert. 1992. ” Journal of Aesthetic Education, 26, 47–52. CHAPTER 2 ARISTOTLE (384–322 BCE) Angela Curran The Poetics by Aristotle is the first and most important work of a philosophical account of an art form ever written. In the Greek, the title means, “On the poetic [craft]” (Peri poe¯ tike¯ s), but much of the Poetics focuses on a specific genre of poetry: ancient Greek tragedy, specifically Greek tragedy performed in the fifth and fourth century BCE.
Halliwell 1998, Appendix 5, for a helpful survey). The most influential Aristotle 27 accounts have followed the two main root meanings of katharsis, as either purgation or cleansing and purification. The purgation theory, proposed by Jacob Bernays in the midnineteenth century, argues that katharsis is a purgation or removal of the emotions of pity and fear analogous to a medical purgation of some noxious substance from the body. Tragedy is therapeutic, for it helps the spectator rid herself of unhealthy pent-up emotions and, in doing so, provides her with a sense of enjoyable relief.
Halliwell, Stephen. 1998. Aristotle’s Poetics. London: University of Chicago Press. Heath, Malcolm. 1996. Aristotle’s Poetics. London: Penguin Books. Nussbaum, Martha. 1986. The Fragility of Goodness. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. Rorty, Amélie, ed. 1992. Essays on Aristotle’s Poetics. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press. Scott, Greg. 2003. ” Oxford Studies in Ancient Philosophy, 25, 233–263. Shields, Christopher. 2007. ” In Aristotle. New York: Routledge, 375–397. CHAPTER 3 MEDIEVAL AESTHETICS Gian Carlo Garfagnini During the Middle Ages aesthetics never was an autonomous discipline.
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