Essays examining the historical transition in our perception of the arts and philosophy.
- Cambridge University Press
- Publication date:
- Cambridge Studies in Philosophy and the Arts Series
- Product dimensions:
- 5.98(w) x 8.98(h) x 0.63(d)
Table of Contents
1. The style of method: repression and representation in the genealogy of philosophy B. Lang; 2. Style in painting R. Wollheim; 3. Stylistic strategies in William Hogarth's theatrical satires M. K. Lindberg; 4. Style in architecture J. Mordaunt Crook; 5. Par le style on atteint au sublime: the meaning of the term style in French architectural theory of the late eighteenth century C. A. Van Eck; 6. Aesthetic forms of philosophising L. Wiesing; 7. Style and community S. Kemal; 8. Metaphor and paradox in Toqueville's analysis of democracy F. R. Ankersmit; 9. The formation of styles: science and the applied arts J. W. McAllister; 10. Beyond the mannered: the question of style in philosophy or questionable styles of philosophy N. Davey; 11. Style and subjective agency C. Altieri; 12. Style and innocence: lost, regained, and lost again? D. Franck; Appendix; Index.
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