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" So art, whether it be painting or sculpture, poetry or music, has no other object than to brush aside the utilitarian symbols, the conventional and socially accepted generalities, in short, everything that veils reality from us, in order to bring us face... "
A Question of Balance: Charles Seeger's Philosophy of Music - Pagina 35
di Taylor Aitken Greer - 1998 - 278 pagine
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Laughter: An Essay on the Meaning of the Comic

Henri Bergson - 1914 - 200 pagine
...us to set in motion, in the depths of our being, some secret chord which was only waiting to thrill. So art, whether it be painting or sculpture, poetry...order to bring us face to face with reality itself, j It is from a misunderstanding on this point that the dispute between realism and idealism in art...
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The American Journal of Psychology, Volume 23

Granville Stanley Hall, Edward Bradford Titchener - 1912
...Comedy is, therefore, not life; neither is it art; for art is individualistic, its sole object being ' to brush aside the utilitarian symbols, the conventional...order to bring us face to face with reality itself; " while comedy looks outward, seeks the similar and the typical. It is not life, while yet it pursues...
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Major Prophets of To-day

Edwin Emery Slosson - 1916 - 299 pagine
...symbols, the generalities conventionally and socially accepted, in short all that masks reality for us, in order to bring us face to face with reality itself. It is a misunderstanding on this point that has given rise to the debate between realism and idealism...
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The Psychology of Relaxation

George Thomas White Patrick - 1916 - 280 pagine
...racial history of the past. Bergson has some such thought when he says in his essay on "Laughter": — Art, whether it be painting or sculpture, poetry or...order to bring us face to face with reality itself. . . . What drama goes forth to discover and brings to light, is a deep-seated reality that is veiled...
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Literary Criticism: Pope to Croce

Gay Wilson Allen, Harry Hayden Clark - 1962 - 659 pagine
...us to set in motion, in the depths of our being, some secret chord which was only waiting to thrill. So art, whether it be painting or sculpture, poetry...order to bring us face to face with reality itself. It is from a misunderstanding on this point that the dispute between realism and idealism in art has...
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Bergson, Eliot, and American Literature

Paul Douglass
...outer part. That intuitive facet of our nature is the key to growth. Bergson sees the artist as having “no other object than to brush aside the utilitarian...in short, everything that veils reality from us” (L, 157). “Reality” for Bergson, is self-discovery and self-creation. And Bergson suggests a technique...
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Marsden Hartley: The Biography of an American Artist

Townsend Ludington - 1998 - 327 pagine
...law," are not so profound as the "secret chord" that the artist can reach. "So art," Bergson concluded, whether it be painting or sculpture, poetry or music,...order to bring us face to face with reality itself. 41 At the end of 1912, Hartley wrote to Rockwell Kent that he was "trying to express my emotions of...
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Nobel Writers on Writing

Ottar G. Draugsvold - 2000 - 297 pagine
...variety into rigid molds. An advocate of the "special role" of the artist, he believed it necessary "to brush aside the utilitarian symbols, the conventional...order to bring us face to face with reality itself." 10 Bergson also understood that words convey meaning not only by their denotative and connotative definitions...
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The Cambridge Companion to Proust

Richard Bales - 2001 - 243 pagine
...nous masque la realite, pour nous mettre face a face a la realite meme' (Bergson, Le Rire, p. 120) ['So art, whether it be painting or sculpture, poetry...order to bring us face to face with reality itself (Bergson, 'Laughter', p.162)]. In the last analysis, then, Proust uses humour to underscore some of...
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Laughter: An Essay on the Meaning of the Comic

Henri Bergson - 2005 - 212 pagine
...us to set in motion, in the depths of our being, some secret chord which was only waiting to thrill. So art, whether it be painting or sculpture, poetry...order to bring us face to face with reality itself. It is from a misunderstanding on this point that the dispute between realism and idealism in art has...
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