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" It were better to change poeta nascitur into homo nascitur poeta: some men are born great poets, some small. The cult of the genius with all its attendant superstitions has arisen from this quantitative difference having been taken as a difference of... "
Aesthetic as Science of Expression and General Linguistic - Pagina 12
di Benedetto Croce - 1922 - 503 pagine
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Surrender and Catch: Experience and Inquiry Today, Volume 51

K.H. Wolff - 1976 - 410 pagine
...element which is really in all of us... 31 Or Croce: Great artists are said to reveal us to ourselves. But how could this be possible unless there were identity...and unless the difference were only one of quantity? 1 ' Nor is Collingwood far from this: Thus, for Cezanne a painting expresses the universal; for Emerson,...
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The Creativity Question

Albert Rothenberg, Carl R. Hausman - 1976 - 366 pagine
...possesses more than a quantitative signification. Great artists are said to reveal us to ourselves. But how could this be possible, unless there were...and unless the difference were only one of quantity? . . . The cult of the genius with all its attendant superstitions has arisen from this quantitative...
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The Art of John Gardner: Instruction and Exploration

Per Winther - 1992 - 221 pagine
...signification." Croce's proof is communicability. "Great artists are said to reveal us to ourselves," he says. "But how could this be possible, unless there were...unless the difference were only one of quantity?" (14). Gardner implicitly makes the same point when he says that a "test of creative energy is the test...
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Modern Poetry and the Idea of Language: A Critical and Historical Study

Gerald L. Bruns - 1974 - 300 pagine
...difference, even as there is finally no difference in kind between the so-called genius and ordinary men: "It were better to change poeta nascitur into homo nascitur poeta: some men are born great poets, some small" (p. 14). But the point to mark is that this world which we objectify...
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