The Introduction to Hegel's Philosophy of Fine Art

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The Introduction to Hegel's Philosophy of Fine Art

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 308 p.
  • 言語 ENG
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Table of Contents

Prefatory Essay by the Translator                  vii
The Range of &Aelig;sthetic Defined, and 1 (25)
some Objections against the Philosophy of
Art refuted
Æsthetic confined to Beauty of Art 2 (3)
Does Art merit Scientific Treatment? 5 (3)
Is Scientific Treatment appropriate to 8 (5)
Art?
Answer to β 13 (7)
Answer to γ 20 (6)
Methods of Science Applicable to Beauty and 26 (17)
Art
Empirical Method---Art-scholarship 27 (13)
Its Range 27 (1)
It generates Rules and Theories 28 (10)
The Rights of Genius 38 (2)
Abstract Reflection 40 (1)
The Philosophical Conception of Artistic 41 (2)
Beauty, general notion of]
The Philosophical Conception of Artistic 43 (1)
Beauty, beginning with current Ideas of Art
Part I.---The Work of Art as Made and as 43 (130)
Sensuous
Work of Art as Product of Human Activity 48 (12)
Conscious Production by Rule 48 (2)
Artistic Inspiration 50 (4)
Dignity of Production by Man 54 (3)
Man's Need to produce Works of Art] 57 (3)
Work of Art as addressed to Man's Sense 60 (19)
Object of Art---Pleasant Feeling? 60 (3)
Feeling of Beauty---Taste 63 (2)
Art-scholarship 65 (1)
Profounder Consequences of Sensuous 66 (1)
Nature of Art
Relations of the Sensuous to the Mind 67 (1)
Desire 68 (2)
Theory 70 (2)
Sensuous as Symbol of Spiritual 72 (2)
The Sensuous Element, how Present in 74 (4)
the Artist
The Content of Art Sensuous] 78 (1)
Part II.---The End of Art
[The Interest or End of Art 79 (28)
Imitation of Nature? 79 (1)
Mere Repetition of Nature is--- 79 (1)
Superfluous 80 (1)
Imperfect 80 (2)
Amusing merely as Sleight of Hand 82 (1)
What is Good to Imitate? 83 (2)
Some Arts cannot be called Imitative 85 (2)
Humani nihil---? 87 (3)
Mitigation of the Passions? 90 (1)
How Art mitigates the Passions 91 (3)
How Art purifies the Passions 94 (1)
It must have a Worthy Content 95 (1)
But ought not to be Didactic 95 (3)
Nor explicitly addressed to a Moral 98 (7)
Purpose
Art has its own Purpose as Revelation 105(2)
of Truth
Historical Deduction of the True Idea of 107(26)
Art in Modern Philosophy
Kant 107(9)
Pleasure in Beauty not Appetitive 110(1)
Pleasure in Beauty Universal 111(1)
The Beautiful in its Teleological Aspect 112(1)
Delight in the Beautiful necessary 113(3)
though felt]
Schiller, Winckelmann, Schelling 116(4)
The Irony 120(13)
Division of the Subject 133(40)
The Condition of Artistic Presentation is 133(8)
the Correspondence of Matter and Plastic
Form
Part I.---The Ideal 141(3)
Part II.---The Types of Art 144(13)
Symbolic Art 145(3)
Classical Art 148(3)
Romantic Art 151(6)
Part III.---The Several Arts 157(16)
Architecture 160(2)
Sculpture 162(2)
Romantic Art, comprising 164(3)
Painting 167(2)
Music 169(2)
Poetry 171(2)
Conclusion 173