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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In characterizing the “new he gives voice to sentiments that were seldom
recognized among the proponents of the avant-gardes, art,” though widely held
elsewhere—for example, that the “new art” was elitist, difficult to understand, and
When a man dislikes a work of art, but understands it, he feels superior to it; and
there is no reason for indignation. But when his dislike is due to his failure to
understand, he feels vaguely humiliated and this rankling sense of inferiority
must be ...
“Nolite fieri,” the evangelist exhorts us, “sicut equus et mulus quibus non est
intellectus”—do not act like horses and mules that lack understanding. The
masses kick and do not understand. Let us try to do better and to extract from
modern art its ...
... public into two classes, those who understand it and those who do not
understand it —that is to say, those who are artists and those who are not. The
new art is an artistic art. I do not propose to extol the new way in art or to
condemn the old.
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The Dehumanization of Art: And Other Essays on Art, Culture, and Literature
José Ortega y Gasset
Anteprima non disponibile - 1968