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|This work, one of the first full-length studies available of artists' books, provides both a critical analysis of the structures themselves and a basis for further reflection on the philosophical and conceptual roles they play.|
|From Beethoven and Kafka to George Sand, Picasso and Agatha Christie, this compilation of letters, diaries and interviews reveals the profound fusion of discipline and dissipation through which the artistic temperament is allowed to evolve, ...|
|The War of Art identifies the enemy that every one of us must face, outlines a battle plan to conquer this internal foe, then pinpoints just how to achieve the greatest success.|
|I do not mean to suggest that they are indistinguishable, but that there is a unique |
token of a general type closely ... Now this is true not only in the whole, but for
any significant and valuable part of a work, any feature of the artist's unique style.
... Some elements of works of art belong to their scope and not their integrity.
|What emerges from the painter's work and is vividly depicted in it is not an |
incidental pair of peasant's shoes. The emergence of truth that ... By standing in
itself it not only belongs to its world; its world is present in it. The work of art opens
up its ...
H.A. Durfee, David F.T. Rodier - 1989 - Preview
|EARTH IN THE WORK OF ART Michel A. Haar The Heideggerian interpretation |
of artl/ — the most radical ... In fact language does not belong only to the
historical world, to Being, but possesses, beside its hidden secretion of meaning,
and as ...
|The work of art, as a vehicle to heaven and its bliss, belongs to the patron. He |
remunerates the artist so that merit should not accrue to the artist, but should
remain with the patron. In this way the artist faces each task with a full
|Traditional philosophers of art attempted to defend their claims that art is |
expressive, symbolic, or of some other nature, but it ... These three and
subsequently other philosophers claimed that “art” (or “work of art”) does not
have any necessary and ... Rather, they maintain that the members of the class of
works of art belong to that class in virtue of the “family resemblances” that obtain
among the members.
|But the work is not a piece of equipment that is fitted out in addition with an |
aesthetic value that adheres to it. ... The way in which aesthetics views the art
work from the outset is dominated by the traditional interpretation of all beings. ...
The thingly feature in the work should not be denied; but if it belongs admittedly
to the work-being of the work, it must be conceived by way of the work's workly
|In addition to our society's works of high art there are also works in our society |
used (in the way intended) almost ... Though jazz originated as popular art, it now
, as a whole, belongs to the art of the tribe. ... a work of high art in our society later
become a work of the tribe, let alone a work of popular art (not, anyway, without