The Principles of Art

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Oxford University Press, 1958 - 347 strán (strany)
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This treatise on aesthetics begins by showing that the word 'art' is used as a name not only for 'art proper' but also for certain things which are 'art falsely so called'. These are craft or skill, magic and amusement, each of which, by confusion with art proper, generates a false aesthetic theory. In the course of attacking these theories the author criticizes various psychological theories of art, offers a new theory of magic, and reinterprets Plato's so-called 'attack on art', showing that it has been entirely misunderstood. Finally, he draws important inferences concerning the position of art in human society.
 

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1 The Two Conditions of an Aesthetic Theory
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Systematic Ambiguity
7
ART AND CRAFT
15
ART AND REPRESENTATION
42
ART AS MAGIC
57
ART AS AMUSEMENT
78
1 AS EXPRESSION
105
3 Expression and Individualization III
111
3 Impressions and Ideas
202
4 Attention
203
The Modification of Feeling by Consciousness
206
6 Consciousness and Imagination
211
7 Consciousness and Truth
215
Summary
221
LANGUAGE 1 Symbol and Expression
225
2 Psychical Expression
228

Selection and Aesthetic Emotion
115
The Artist and the Ordinary Man
117
The Curse of the Ivory Tower
119
7 Expressing Emotion and Betraying Emotion
121
2 AS IMAGINATION 1 The Problem Defined
125
Making and Creating
128
3 Creation and Imagination
130
Imagination and Makebelieve
135
The Work of Art as Imaginary Object
139
6 The Total Imaginative Experience
144
Transition to Book II
151
THE THEORY OF IMAGINATION
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THINKING AND FEELING 1 The Two Contrasted I
157
Feeling
160
Thinking
164
The Problem of Imagination
168
SENSATION AND IMAGINATION 1 Terminology
172
Descartes to Locke
174
the Introspection Theory
178
the Relation Theory
179
Hume
182
Kant
186
7 Illusory Sensa
188
Appearances and Images
190
9 Conclusion
192
IMAGINATION AND CONSCIOUSNESS 1 Imagination as Active
195
The Traditional Confusion of Sense with Imagination
198
3 Imaginative Expression
234
Language and Languages
241
5 Speaker and Hearer
248
Language and Thought
252
7 The Grammatical Analysis of Language
254
The Logical Analysis of Language
259
9 Language and Symbolism
268
THE THEORY OF
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ART AS LANGUAGE 1 Skeleton of a Theory
273
Art Proper and Art falsely so called
275
3 Good Art and Bad Art
280
ART AND TRUTH 1 Imagination and Truth
286
Art as Theory and Art as Practice
289
3 Art and Intellect
292
THE ARTIST AND THE COMMUNITY 1 Externalization
300
2 Painting and Seeing
302
3 The Bodily Work of Art
305
4 The Audience as Understander
308
The Audience as Collaborator
311
6 Aesthetic Individualism
315
7 Collaboration between Artists
318
Collaboration between Author and Performer
320
The Artist and his Audience
321
CONCLUSION
325
MA0000
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