Catégorie : PHILOSOPHY OF BEAUTY

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BACHELARD, Art, create, imagine, dream, …

Philosophy of beauty Quotes from Gaston BACHELARD: Art, create, imagine, dream, … Gaston, Louis, Pierre Bachelard, born in Bar-sur-Aube on June 27, 1884 and died in Paris on October 16, 1962, is a French philosopher of science, poetry and time. He is one of the main representatives of the French school of historical epistemology.(Wikipedia) An eye of today, an eye of a painter projecting … Lire la suite BACHELARD, Art, create, imagine, dream, …

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WHAT BEAUTY IN ART ?

WHAT BEAUTY IN  ART ? Everyone knew that beauty and art are related to the eternal. We always hear the sentences « a beautiful painting » « They are beautiful the creations of this artist » « your art is full of beauty » ….. But what beauty (s) do people talk about? what beauty (s) do (s) exist in art works? I n spite of the strong relations between … Lire la suite WHAT BEAUTY IN ART ?

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WHAT IS BEAUTY ? (2) The Beauty of Kant

WHAT IS BEAUTY ?  (2) The Beauty of Kant* Kant distinguishes between three modes of satisfaction which are linked to three kinds of pleasures (they should not be confused, even if they are sometimes in the same subject): • The useful: is The pleasure connected with the satisfaction of a need. • The good: is The pleasure that refers to a judgment of esteem, an … Lire la suite WHAT IS BEAUTY ? (2) The Beauty of Kant

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The beauty and art…

 The beauty and art My dear readers and art lovers. I present you some very interesting quotes from a book by the philosopher Hegel: This book is devoted to aesthetics, that is to say, the philosophy, the science of beauty, specifically the fine arts, excluding the beautiful natural …. Artistic beauty is superior to natural beauty because it is a product of the mind. … … Lire la suite The beauty and art…

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WHAT IS BEAUTY ? (2)

The Beauty of Kant* Kant distinguishes between three modes of satisfaction which are linked to three kinds of pleasures (they should not be confused, even if they are sometimes in the same subject): • The useful: is The pleasure connected with the satisfaction of a need. • The good: is The pleasure that refers to a judgment of esteem, an objective value • Pleasure: is … Lire la suite WHAT IS BEAUTY ? (2)

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What is the difference between aesthetics and beauty?

PHILOSOPHY OF ART What is the difference between aesthetics and beauty?   The name Aesthetics is new, because the first aesthetic review, the Zeitschrift für Ästhetik und allgemeine Kunstwissenschaft, was launched in 1904, and in France the first aesthetic chair was created in 1921, at the Sorbonne, for Victor Basch .  The task that aesthetics as a discipline supports is as old as thought. … Lire la suite What is the difference between aesthetics and beauty?

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QUOTES FOR ART

Phylosophy of art QUOTES FOR ART « In order to create, we draw from our inner well. This inner well, an artistic reservoir, is ideally like a well stocked fish pond… If we don’t give some mattention to upkeep, our well is apt to become depleted, stagnant, or blocked…As artists, we must learn to be self nourishing. We must become alert enough to consciously replenish … Lire la suite QUOTES FOR ART

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PHILOSOPHY OF ART(5): Art, aesthetics and experience

I present to you, dear readers, the quotations of the great philosopher: John Dewey’s Born on October 20, 1859 in Burlington, Vermont, USA. In 1884, he obtained his Ph.D. from the School of Arts and Sciences at Johns Hopkins University In 1890, he moved away from idealism to orient himself towards pragmatism and naturalism. He begins his fight against the dualisms that opposed the … Lire la suite PHILOSOPHY OF ART(5): Art, aesthetics and experience

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What is « modernist painting »?

  PHILOSOPHY OF ART What is « modernist painting »? Modernism does not only concern art and literature. Today, it touches almost all of what is truly alive in our culture. For all that, it seems to us a true historical novelty. Western civilization is not the first civilization to inspect and question its own foundations, but it is the one that has gone the furthest … Lire la suite What is « modernist painting »?

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Beauty in the thought of Jennifer McMahon

  WHAT IS BEAUTY ? (5) Beauty in the thought of  Jennifer McMahon* Philosophical interest in beauty began with the earliest recorded philosophers. Beauty was deemed to be an essential ingredient in a good life and so what it was, where it was to be found, and how it was to be included in a life were prime considerations. The way beauty has been conceived … Lire la suite Beauty in the thought of Jennifer McMahon

WHAT IS BEAUTY? (1.)

Beauty of Plato Plato = Ancient philosopher of classical Greece. Born in Athens in -428 / -427, died in -348 / -347 in this same city. For Plato, if I have not an intellectual knowledge of the essence of the beautiful, I shall not be able to say what is beautiful; It is only by starting from a knowledge of the essence of the … Lire la suite WHAT IS BEAUTY? (1.)

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The social role of painting art

PHILOSOPHY OF BEAUTY The social role of painting art Many intellectuals believe that: Art, as social production, has no impact on other forms of social life. Artistic creation does not alter social, political or economic systems; Whereas the reverse is very possible. Art, as a human practice, does not change the spectators who receive it. Art does not educate men, refines their personalities and … Lire la suite The social role of painting art