The Dehumanization of Art and Other Essays on Art, Culture, and Literature
Princeton University Press, 8 ott 2019 - 224 pagine
A classic work on radical aesthetics by one of the great philosophers of the early twentieth century
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José Ortega y Gasset. |||—||= D = H U N/A |N|Z A |ON OF ART AND OTHER
ESSAYS ON ART, CULTURE AND LITERATURE THE DEHUMANIZATION OF
ART THE DEHUMANIZATION OF ART AND OTHER. Front Cover.
“The Dehumanization of Art” has drawn a steady stream of attention and has
enlightened as many critics as it has rankled. One of my own most vivid
memories of the essay is from a conversation many years ago with the Mexican
poet and ...
“Dehumanization of Art” was published in 1925, Ortega was forty-two years old.
The art he references was produced beginning roughly twenty years earlier,
which is to say during Ortega's young adulthood. But the “new art,” the art of the ...
Ortega suggests that the more “modern” the art, the more it distances itself from
lived experience, and the more art itself is foregrounded. Indeed, he goes so far
as to opine that the “new art” declares the infiltration of lived experience to be ...
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The Dehumanization of Art: And Other Essays on Art, Culture, and Literature
José Ortega y Gasset
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