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Augustine, St., 175, 181, 206, 238
Augustus, 191

Authority, 41
Averroes, 178, 180, 437
Azara, N. d', 268

Babylonian art, 138

Bach, J. S., 411

Bacon, F., 41, 195, 203, 210, 227, 231,
232

Bain, A., 390

Balbo, 134

Balaensperger, F., 485

Balestrieri, P., 353

Balzac, L., 204 n., 237

Barante, de, 352

Baretti, G., 446

Barreda, F. de la, 443

Bartoli, 358

Baruffaldi, 199

Basch, V., 456, 483, 484, 489

Bastile, the, 29

Batteux, C., 257, 258, 445, 449, 466,
470

Baumgarten, A. A., Io9, 212, 214, 215,
217, 218, 231, 239-250, 252,
262, 273, 275, 289, 299, 315,
4.17, 418, 433

Beatrice, 365

Beauty, physical, 97

reluctance to use the term, 84
theory of, in antiquity, 163 seqq.
in Middle Ages, 175
in Renaissance, 179-181

Beauzée, N. de, 254, 358

Beccaria, C., 434

Becker, C. F., 329

Bede, 429

Beethoven, II, 382, 411

Bel, J. J., 205

Bellezza, P., 485

Belloni, A., 441 m.

“Below, aesthetic from,” Io9

Bembo, P., 179, 241, 358

Bénard, Ch., 359, 382, 479

Benfey, T., 325 m., 482

Beni, P., 230

Benoist, C., 487

Berchet, G., 356, 447

Bergson, H., 416-417

Berkeley, G., 461

Bernhardi, A. F., 324

Bertana, E., 481,485

Bettinelli, S., 205, 241, 242, 358, 446,
475

Betussi, G., 179

Biese, A., 408, 436, 459, 488

Birth of Tragedy, The, 412

Blair, H., 434, 463

Blankenburg, von, 248, 478

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Casa, G. della, 241
Castel, L. B., 453
Castelvetro, L., 181, 182, 185, 186,
193, 224, 227, 236, 241, 358,
359, 439
Castiglione, B., 179
Catharsis, 161
Catholicism, 63
Cattani, F., 179
Catullus, 191
Causality, 307
Caylus, 450
Cecchi, G. M., 440
Cecco d’Ascoli, 176
Cennini, C., 450
Cervantes, 136, 473
Cesarotti, M., 235, 240, 241,250, 255,
359, 434, 446
Chaignet, A. E., 479, 483
Chapelain, G., 441
Characteristics, 206 n.
Xapaxropes ris oppégews, 463
Charlemagne, 27
Chassiron, P. M. de, 441
Cheerful, the, 87
Cherbuliez, 382
Chiabrera, G., 201
Chialvo, 484
Chinese, 326, 330
Chivalry, 136
Choice of subject in art, 51-52
Christian art, 29I, 295, 355, 472
Chrysippus, 464
Cicero, 165, 167, 171, 175, 193, 218,
249, 343, 423, 428,430
Cicognara, L., 353
Cid, 196, 441
Cigoli, L. Cardi da, 450 m.
Cimabue, 124
Cintio, 440
Classical art, 68, 70-71, II5, 138, and
see Goethe, Schiller
Classification, 38
of arts, II4, 449 seqq.
of languages, I46
Clerc, J. le (Clerico), 229
Cocchia, E., 486
Cohen, H., 483
Colao Agata, D., 255
Colecchi, O., 354, 483
Coleridge, S. T., 352
Collingwood, R. G., 482
Colonne, D. de, 426
Comic, the, 87, 91
Comparetti, 463 m.,
487
Concept, the, 42
aesthetic, 45
its place in art, 2, 33, 122
depends on intuition, 22

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Conceptualism, 41
Condillac, S. B. de, 251, 254, 261, 353,
358

Content, 15

in art, 98

aesthetic of, 313
Conti, A., 204, 236-239, 445, 468
Continuity, law of, 206
Convention, 31

linguistic, 144
Conventional signs, 124
Convivio, 177
Cooking, 83
Coquettish, the, 87
Corax, 423
Corneille, P., 439, 441
Corniani, 241
Corso, R., 358
Corticelli, S., 358
Cosmos, 342, 459
Court de Gébelin, A., 255
Cousin, V., 134, 351,481
Cratylus, 173, 228
Creuzens, C. de, 284
Critic, the, 12o
Criticism, historical, 128
Critique of Judgment, 198 n., 275 seqq.
Critique of Pure Reason, 273, 278-

279, 324

Croce, B., 419 m., 481-488
Cromaziano, A., 446 n.
Cromwell, 352 n.
Crousaz, J. P. de, 199, 205
Cruel, the, 87
Custom and Myth, 4or n.

Dacianus, 181

Dacier, A., 257, 439

Dacier, Mme., 198

Danckelmann, E. von, 482

Dante, 18, 53, 93, 117, 121, 124, 137,
I77, 178, 222, 252, 4 II, 440,
448

Danzel, T. W., 244 n., 284 m., 289 m.,
290 m., 299 m., 338-339, 481,
482, 483,484

Decorative art, 36, IoI

Decorous, the, 87

Deduction, 42

Defect, error of, 156

Defence of Poetry, 352 n.

Definition, 42

Degeneracy, 401

Degrees, relation of, 26

of expression, 67
of ugliness, 79

Delfico, M., 353, 464

Delminio, G. C., 43o n.

Demetrius Phalereus, 427

Descartes, R., 204-2II, 217 n.

Dessoir, M., 482, 487
Deutinger, 334-335, 379
Diaeresis, 150
Diderot, D., 441, 445, 449, 461
Diez, M., 406, 486
Dignified, the, 87
Diogenes Laertius, 165 m., 173 m.
Dionysiac art, 412
Dionysius the Areopagite, 175
Direction of intention, 61
Discrepancy of judgement, 119
Disgusting, the, 87
Diversity of Structure of Human
Languages, On the, 325
Divina Commedia, IoI, 367, and see
Dante
Dolce, L., 180, 191
Donati, L., 48o
Donatus, 429
Doncieux, 48o
Don Giovanni, Ior
Don Quixote, 34, II9
Döring, 479
Dreadful, the, 87
Duns Scotus, Johannes,
207
Dupont, P., 488

178, 179,

Eberhard, J. A., 248
Ebner, J., 488
Eckardt, L., 334, 336
Eckermann, 471
Eclogue, 37
Economic activity, 55 seqq.
Economics, 56
Effatum, 174
Egger, E., 479, 489
Egoism, 56
Egyptian art, 138
Eighteenth century, 138
elkös, 184
Elegiac, the, 87
Elementary forms of the beautiful,
Io&
Elements of Criticism, 26o, 343, and
see Home
Elizabeth, Princess, 204 n.
Ellipse, the, 69, 71, 72
Elocutio, 422
Elsteb, E., 435 m.
Emeric-David, 35o n.
Emotion and thought, 22
Emotions and the Will, The, 390
Empedocles, 423
End of art, the, 51, 85
Engel, G., 455 m.
Enke, F., 487

Enquiry into . . . Ideas of Beauty and
Virtue, 207 n.
Epic, 36

Epicurus, 173
Epistle to the Pisones, 162
Equicola, M., 179
Eratosthenes, 161
Eriugena, Johannes Scotus, I75
épujveia, 422
Erwin, 295
Eschenburg, J. J., 248
Essay concerning the Human Under-
standing, 206 n.
Essay on Criticism, 198 m., 468
Essay on Man, 274
Ether, 3o
Ethics, 56, 121, 123
Ethnopsychology, 331, 403
Ettori, C., 192, 193,
2O2
Euclid, 267
Eupompus, 172
Euripides, 411
Evolution, 133
Excess, error of, 156
Experimental aesthetic, Io9
Expression and intuition, 8
naturalistic sense of, 95
Expression of the Emotions, 95
Externalization, 119 seqq.
External language, 25

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Fracastoro, G., 184, 237
Franco, N., 18o
Frederick the Great, Io:3
Frederick William, Ioz
French Revolution, 27
Fulgentius, 176
Fulvio, 18o
Fusco, A., 480, 487

Gaeta, M., 230

Galileo, 41, 231, 450

Galletti, 488

Gallo, N., 383, 486

Galluppi, P., 354

Gäng, F., 248

Garcia, M. F., 178

Gayley, F. M., 352 n., 478

Gefallen, 77

Gellert, C., 441

Genius, I4, 61, 470

Gentile, G., 272 n., 419 n., 480, 481,
485

Geometrical figures, beauty of, Ioff

Geometry, 30

Georgics, 463

Gérard, A., 198 n., 200 m., 261, 358

Gerber, G., 454

Gerusalemme Conquistata, Izo

Gerusalemme Liberata, 33, 34, I2O

Geschichte des Materialismus, 404

Ghibellines, 367

Giani, R., 485

Giannini, A., 48o

Giannone, 134

Gioberti, V., 354-356, 359, 364, 383

Giotto, 137, 394

Godfrey, 224

Gods, 294-295

Goethe, 137, 235, 270-271, 272, 289,
292, 328, 446 n., 448, 471,
483

Goguet, A., 251

Golden section, IIo, I80, 395

Gorgias, 158, 163, 423

Gottsched, J. C., 2 II, 214 n., 244 m.,
446

Graceful, the, 87

Gracian, B., 190, 191, 197, 200 m.,
432

Graeco-Roman aesthetic, 156 seqq.

Grammar, 145 seqq., 465

Grave, the, 87

Gravina, G. B., 195, 202, 228, 236,
359, 444
Greece, 29

aesthetic in, 157
Greek art, its alleged serenity, 127
Griepenkerl, 338
Grimm, F. M., 446
Gröber, G., 435

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Hamann, J. G., 251, 254, 256, 272
Hamelius, P., 488
Hamlet, 49
Hanslick, E., 412-4I4
Harris, 254
Hartmann, E. von, 314, 323, 378,383,
409, 447-448, 454, 459, 473 m.,
484
Haym, R., 482, 484
Hearing, arts of, 115
Hebenstreit, 478
Hedonism, 75, 156
asthetic, 82 seqq.
Hedonistic-moralistic aesthetic, 156
Hegel, G. W. F., 134, 27o n., 291 m.,
297 seqq., 312, 3I4, 334, 338,
341, 355, 359-364, 376, 379,
383, 435, 459, 461, 478
Hegelians, 370, 372
Heine, 136, 386
Heinsius, D., 439
Helen, 171
Helmholz, 391
Hemsterhuis, F., 262
Hennequin, E., 489
Henriade, 37
Herbart, J. F., 41, 307 seqq., 332, 342,
344, 345, 346, 370, 376, 383,
391, 406, 413, 453, 470
Herder, J. G., 235, 250-254, 256, 272,
274, 281, 284, 340, 403, 434,
435, 452, 461
Hermagoras, 424
Hermann, C., 178, 417
Hermann und Dorothee, 328, 448
Hermogenes, 430
Herwigh, 247
Hetaira, art as, 160
Hettner, H., 483
Heydenreich, K.
469
Hiatus, 150
Hieroglyphics, Ioo
Hippias, 164
Hippias Major, 164, 460
Hirth, L., 27o
Historical materialism, 4o
History, 26-3o

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History of art, 130
intellectualism in, 39
philosophy of, 39-40, 64, 231
theory of, 39 seqq.
Hobbes, T., 92, 195, 225
Hogarth, W., 258, 26o, 272
Holland, 392
Holstein - Augustenburg,
288
Home, H., 26o, 272, 343, 434, 446,
447, 460, 466
Homer, 33, 157, 183, 222, 224, 228,
239, 240, 24I, 25I, 252, 295,
366
Homonym, 69
Horace, Io'7, 162, 228, 257
Horrible, the, 87
Hostinsky, O., 484
Huarte, 195
Hugo, V., 352 n., 357, 449
Human body, beauty of, IoS
Humanists, 43
Humboldt, A. von, 342, 459
Humboldt, W. von, 325 seqq., 334,
402, 403, 421, 466 n., 472
Hume, D., 241, 261, 467
Humour, 87, 9o, 344
Hutcheson, F., 206, 207, 237, 247

Duke of,

Iago, 57, 365
Idea, the, 167
Idealism, absolute, 41
Idealization, 16, IoS
Ideas in art, 33
Idyllic, the, 87
Iliad, 115, 183, 367
Image, 7
Imagination, 17o
arts of, II5
Imaginative absolute, the, 122-123
creation, 171
Imbriani, V., 486
Imitation, 16, 33, Ioy
Imposing, the, 87
Independence, the, of art, 52
Indifferent, the morally, 59
Individual, concept of, 28
Individuality in art, 67
Indivisibility of the work of art, 20
Induction, 42
Inductive asthetics, Io9
Industrial arts, IoI
Ingegno, 189 seqq.
Ingenuous, the, 87
Intellectual intuition, 65
Interest, 16, 117
Interjection, 143
Internal language, 25
form of language, 328
Interpretation, historical, 126

Intuition, I seqq.
not dependent on concepts, 2
not perception, 3
independent of space and time, 4
not sensation, 5
and expression, 8
and art, 12
intellectual, 65

Inversion, 69

Irony, 291, 297

Isocrates, 427

Italian language, the, 1.5o

Italy, unification of, 27

Jacobi, G., 247, 262, 482
Jacquinet, P., 48o
Jagemann, F. G., 475
Janosi, B., 477
Je ne sais quoi, 200, 207
Jerusalem delivered, 33, 34, Izo
Jesuits, 61
Joan of Aragon, 18o
Jodl, F., 406, 407
John of Salisbury, 177
John the Scot. See Eriugena
Joret, C., 482
Jouffroy, T., 351, 407
Jourdain, Monsieur, 14
Judgement, aesthetic, 43, 45, 118
Julius and Raphael, 284
Juno, 295

Jupiter, 171

Kaimes, Lord. See Home

Kaligone, 252-253, 284, 34o n.

ka)\óv, II6

Kannegiesser, 482

Kant, I., 41, 92, 192, 272 seqq., 292,
296, 298, 307, 311, 315, 344,
345, 354, 399, 400, 404, 406,
426,435, 452, 468, 470, 476

Keckermann, B., 425

Kedney, J. S., 484

Kinds, 35-38

Kirchmann, J. F. von, 404, 405

Klopstock, 195

Knight, W., 477

Knowledge, its two forms, I

their relation, 22 seqq.

Koch, 324-325

Kogel, F., 486

Kohn, J., 484

Koller, J., 247 n., 248, 475

König, J. U., 199, 248, 470

Körner, C., 288

kóorouos, 427

Köstlin, C., 376, 462

Kralik, 463

Krantz, E., 481

Krause, 313, 334, 379

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