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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This would be a mistake, and proof of the pudding lies in part in the fact that these
essays have hardly been ignored. “The Dehumanization of Art” has drawn a
steady stream of attention and has enlightened as many critics as it has rankled.
For example, the principles underlying the contrast between “humanized” and “
dehumanized” art run throughout the wide-ranging essay “On Point of View in the
Arts,” which is far less tendentious in its framing. In that essay, Ortega takes us on
In these essays, he honors a commitment to the principle that art can be a source
of insight into historical truth in ways that other approaches to history (e.g.,
positivism) cannot. Modern art may well appear to have divested itself of “lived ...
“The Dehumanization of Art” is the most notorious essay in this volume because
of the controversies it has stirred, but it would be unfortunate to overlook the
others. They are in many ways explorations of contrastive cases—those where
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The Dehumanization of Art: And Other Essays on Art, Culture, and Literature
José Ortega y Gasset
Anteprima non disponibile - 1968