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The artwork of old Greece aspired after natural traces and ideal proportions. Formal attractiveness was once obvious because the earthly mirrored image of divine concord. structure; sculpture, and ceramic portray all embodied a metaphysical perfect. either compact and complete, this quantity provides an account of classical Greek artwork and of the tips and inspirations that produced it among the 8th and fourth centuries sooner than Christ
Erstmals wird im vorliegenden Band der Gesamtbestand dieser an antiken Formen orientierten Skulptur des elften Jahrhunderts am Jakobsweg betrachtet, die einen neuen Erfahrungs- und Handlungsraum eröffnete. summary: Erstmals wird im vorliegenden Band der Gesamtbestand dieser an antiken Formen orientierten Skulptur des elften Jahrhunderts am Jakobsweg betrachtet, die einen neuen Erfahrungs- und Handlungsraum eröffnete
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In attempting this, however, rationality attempts too much and promises more than it can perform; and when the self-doubt thus engendered does not suffice for self-healing the feelings do not merely regain their rights—they are enhanced to a cult of irrationality such as finds expression in the totalitarian ideologies (Lepenies 1988, 14). At the very least, I would say that we need to look carefully at the kind of work such tendencies in cultural theory and visual studies are doing and, perhaps more importantly, how they might be employed in future.
After Cultural Theory: The Power of Images, the Lure of Immediacy. In Beyond text? Critical practices and sensory anthropology, ed. Rupert Cox, Andrew Irving and Christopher Wright. Manchester: Manchester University Press. NEUROAESTHETICS: REAL PROMISE OR REAL DELUSION? LADISLAV KESNER I A systematic application of neuroscience to the study of art and the experience of art—often subsumed under the name of neuroaesthetics— has been around for some two decades, yet it is not easy to assess its significance and perspectives.