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The Resource The Marriage of Aesthetics and Ethics

The Marriage of Aesthetics and Ethics

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The Marriage of Aesthetics and Ethics
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The Marriage of Aesthetics and Ethics
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eng
Summary
In The Marriage of Aesthetics and Ethics, fifteen authors reflect on the nature of friendship and love and on the complex relation between art and morality
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dictionaries
Series statement
Critical Studies in German Idealism Ser
The Marriage of Aesthetics and Ethics
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The Marriage of Aesthetics and Ethics
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multicolored
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Content type code
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Content type MARC source
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Contents
Contents -- Contributors -- Introduction -- Part 1 Friendship and Love -- Chapter 1 "A Bushel of Salt": On Aesthetics and Ethics in Friendship -- Chapter 2 Recapturing the Self: Montaigne on Friendship, Self-Knowledge, and the Art of Living -- Chapter 3 The Singularity of Friendship: On Kierkegaard and Friends -- Chapter 4 "A Garçon has the Whole World for a Bride" Or: On the Bliss of Marriage -- Part 2 Aesthetics and Ethics in the Context of German Idealism -- Chapter 5 "Remember that All Poetry is to Be Regarded as a Work of Love": Ethics and Aesthetics in Schleiermacher -- Chapter 6 Hegel's Concept of Pathos as the Keeper of the Marriage between Aesthetics and Ethics -- Chapter 7 In Search of a Second Ethics: From Kant to Kierkegaard -- Chapter 8 The Kantian Sublime: A Feeling of Superiority? -- Chapter 9 Kant's Transcendental Reflection: An Indispensable Element of the Philosophy of Culture -- Chapter 10 Adorno's Response to Kierkegaard: The Ethical Validity of the Aesthetic? -- Part 3 Post-Hegelian Thinkers on Art and Aesthetics -- Chapter 11 The Aesthetic Act as Interface between Theory and Praxis -- Chapter 12 Leap into the Surface: Photography, Repetition, and Recollection -- Chapter 13 Jonny Greenwood vs. Johannes Brahms: Alliances and Displacement in There Will Be Blood -- Chapter 14 Pathology and the Search for a Modern Ethics in the Writings of Robert Musil -- Chapter 15 The Gnostic "Sur" in Surrealism: On Transcendence and Modern Art -- Index
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Edition
1st ed.
Extent
1 online resource (313 pages)
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online
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9789004298811
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