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Philosophy: aesthetics

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The art of creative thinking
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A scuba diving company faces bankruptcy because sharks have infested the area. Solution? Open the world's first extreme diving school.The Art of Creat...
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A Guardian Book of the YearMaggie Nelson is one of the most electrifying writers at work in America today, among the sharpest and most supple thinkers...

In praise of shadows
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An intimate reflection on Japanese art and architecture from one of the country's greatest novelists.This is an enchanting essay on aesthetics by one ...
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How do we define taste? The only certainty is that it shifts and changes sometimes abruptly. With the explosion of vulgar consumerism in the mid-nin...

Our aesthetic categories
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The zany, the cute, and the interesting saturate postmodern culture. They dominate the look of its art and commodities as well as our discourse about ...
Wege der Moderne
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Das Katalogbuch zur Ausstellung im MAK - Österreichischen Museum für angewandte Kunst / Gegenwarts-kunst in Wien beleuchtet zwei zentrale Denkweisen...

Indefinite visions
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Moving image culture seems to privilege the instantly identifiable: the recognizable face, the well-timed stunt, the perfectly synchronized line of di...
Ways of worldmaking
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Required reading at more than 100 colleges and universities throughout North America.

The art of Gerhard Richter
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The Art of Gerhard Richter: Hermeneutics, Images, Meaning presents the first philosophical investigation of, arguably, one of the most popular and imp...
The severed head
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Informed by a provocative exhibition at the Louvre curated by the author, The Severed Head unpacks artistic representations of severed heads from the ...

The art of creative thinking
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A scuba diving company faces bankruptcy because sharks have infested the area. Solution? Open the world's first extreme diving school.The Art of Creat...
Philosophy, art, and religion
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At a time when religion and science are thought to be at loggerheads, art is widely hailed as religion's natural spiritual ally. Philosophy, Art, and ...

Confessions of a heretic
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Hard-hitting essays by acclaimed social commentator and philosopher Roger Scruton, guaranteed to provoke lively debateA wide-ranging selection that in...
Ways of seeing
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Based on the BBC television series, John Berger's Ways of Seeing is a unique look at the way we view art, published as part of the Penguin on Design s...

Composing for the films
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First published in 1947, this account of the nature of film music aesthetics has a wider scope as a study of modern, industrialized culture, as well as being relevant to the whole area of cultural studies.
On the aesthetic education of man
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'Man defines himself by his deeds - and what kind of image of man do we see in the mirror of our present times?' The poet and dramatist Friedrich Schi...

How to see the world
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In recent decades, we have witnessed an explosion in the number of visual images we encounter, as our lives have become increasingly saturated with sc...
The birth of tragedy
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Nietzsche's first published book, The Birth of Tragedy is a compelling argument for the necessity of art in lifeThis landmark work of criticism is fue...

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Is a tower block, your unmade bed, your lavatory basin, or the bicycle chained to the gate next door a work of art? Why should a novel have a beginnin...
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Object Lessons is a series of short, beautifully designed books about the hidden lives of ordinary things. Pause and look around: you will see that y...

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