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Learning in the Arts and Student Academic and Social Development

By: Richard J. Deasy

...a for the inclusion of studies; examine and select recent research in five art form areas: dance, drama, music, visual arts, and multi-arts; and prepa... ...s, essayists were commissioned to examine the group of sum- maries in each art form and to give their views on the implications of that collective bod... ...ns of that collective body of work. These essays appear at the end of each art form section. Because of the centrality to the Compendium of the issue ... ...hen- tic achievement" to describe fundamental aspects of arts learning and art making. Terms such as these prompt us to explore the interrelationships... ...e on their minds, specifically the lack of consistency of usage within the art forms. Bradley in her essay on the studies of dance argues, "a common l... ...t most then settle for the traditional methods of testing and surveys. The sociological and ethno- graphic methods used for this research allow flexib...

...dance Classes -- 10 The Impact of Whirlwind?s Basic Reading Through -- Dance Program on First Grade Students? Basic -- Reading Skills: Study II -- 12 Art and Community: Creating Knowledge Through -- Service in Dance -- 14 Motor Imagery and Athletic Expertise: Exploring -- the Role of Imagery In Kinesthetic Intelligence -- Essay: -- 16 Informing and Reforming Dance Educatio...

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Sociological art

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...ics that emerged in France in the early 1970s and became the basis for the Sociological Art Collective formed by Hervé Fischer, Fred Forest, and Jean-... ...ged in France in the early 1970s and became the basis for the Sociological Art Collective formed by Hervé Fischer, Fred Forest, and Jean-Paul Thénot i... ... From 1968 to 1974 As early as 1968, art critics Pierre Restany and François Pluchart used the term “sociologica... ...y as 1968, art critics Pierre Restany and François Pluchart used the term “sociological art” to refer to socially engaged and less commercial practice... ...t critics Pierre Restany and François Pluchart used the term “sociological art” to refer to socially engaged and less commercial practices among a div... ...rniac, Pane, Fischer, and Thenot, which was published as “Ten Questions on Sociological Art” (“Dix questions sur l’art sociologique”) in the art magaz... ...Fischer, and Thenot, which was published as “Ten Questions on Sociological Art” (“Dix questions sur l’art sociologique”) in the art magazine artTitude... ...tudes, which he had founded in 1971.[2] The history of sociological art might also be traced through the independent practices of ... ...ependent practices of Fischer, Forest, and Thenot who would later form the Sociological Art Collective. These practices must themselves be put into di...

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Critical Links : Learning in the Arts and Student Academic and Social Development

By: Richard J. Deasy

...a for the inclusion of studies; examine and select recent research in five art form areas: dance, drama, music, visual arts, and multi-arts; and prepa... ...s, essayists were commissioned to examine the group of sum- maries in each art form and to give their views on the implications of that collective bod... ...ns of that collective body of work. These essays appear at the end of each art form section. Because of the centrality to the Compendium of the issue ... ...hen- tic achievement" to describe fundamental aspects of arts learning and art making. Terms such as these prompt us to explore the interrelationships... ...e on their minds, specifically the lack of consistency of usage within the art forms. Bradley in her essay on the studies of dance argues, "a common l... ...t most then settle for the traditional methods of testing and surveys. The sociological and ethno- graphic methods used for this research allow flexib...

...dance Classes -- 10 The Impact of Whirlwind?s Basic Reading Through -- Dance Program on First Grade Students? Basic -- Reading Skills: Study II -- 12 Art and Community: Creating Knowledge Through -- Service in Dance -- 14 Motor Imagery and Athletic Expertise: Exploring -- the Role of Imagery In Kinesthetic Intelligence -- Essay: -- 16 Informing and Reforming Dance Educatio...

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Sociological naturalism

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...and social world are roughly identical and governed by similar principles. Sociological naturalism, in sociological texts simply referred to as natura... ...tting. A similar form of naturalism was applied to the scientific study of art and literature by Hippolyte Taine (see Race, milieu, and moment). ... ... Philosophical naturalism Sociological positivism ... ... All articles needing additional references Sociological theories Naturalism (philosophy) ...

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The Principles of Aesthetics

By: Dewitt H. Parker

................................................2 CHAPTER II. DEFINITION OF ART ........................................................................ ...................................6 CHAPTER III. THE INTRINSIC VALUE OF ART ........................................................................ ............................................79 CHAPTER XI. THE DOMINION OF ART OVER NATURE: PAINTING......................................87 CHA... ...CHITECTURE.............................102 CHAPTER XIV. THE FUNCTION OF ART: ART AND MORALITY..........................................114 CH... ...........................................114 CHAPTER XV. THE FUNCTION OF ART: ART AND RELIGION ..............................................1... ...eep into this is sure to make mistakes. Even when he tries to use the latest sociological, economic, and political theories, he runs great risks; for ... ...tions. Such stories are, however, inconclusive, because they imply the false sociological thesis that the remedy for present ills is a return to the c...

...ce: This book has grown out of lectures to students at the University of Michigan and embodies my effort to express to them the nature and meaning of art. In writing it, I have sought to maintain scientific accuracy, yet at the same time to preserve freedom of style and something of the inspiration of the subject. While intended primarily for students, the book will appeal...

...: The Principles Of Aesthetics, 1 -- Dewitt H. Parker, 1 -- Preface, 1 -- Chapter I. Introduction: PURPOSE AND METHOD, 2 -- Chapter II. DEFINITION OF ART, 6 -- Chapter III. THE INTRINSIC VALUE OF ART, 12 -- Chapter IV. THE ANALYSIS OF THE AESTHETIC EXPERIENCE: THE ELEMENTS OF TH9E EXPERIENCE -- Chapter V. THE ANALYSIS OF THE AESTHETIC EXPERIENCE: THE STRUCTURE OF T8HE EXPE...

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Art commune

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... An art commune is a communal living situation or commune where collective art is produced as a function of the group's activities... ...ead attention due to displeasure or discomfort with mainstream society. In the 1960s and 1970s art communes such as Friedrichshof also known as Aktion... ...munes such as Friedrichshof also known as Aktionsanalytische Organisation flourished. Creative art was enthusiastically produced within such groups, w... ...in such groups, which became gathering points for the counterculture movement. Although from a sociological viewpoint both the art producing and non-a... ...hering points for the counterculture movement. Although from a sociological viewpoint both the art producing and non-art producing communes of the 197... ...as the Twin Oaks Community have continued to flourish to this day. Today's art communes are a mix of artists, drifters, collectivi...

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Aesthetic as Science of Expression and General Linguistic

By: Benedetto Croce

..........................................................8 II. INTUITION AND ART ........................................................................ ........................................................................13 III. ART AND PHILOSOPHY ....................................................... ...CEPTS ......48 XIII. THE SO−CALLED PHYSICALLY BEAUTIFUL IN NATURE AND ART ............................51 XIV. MISTAKES ARISING FROM THE CON... .....................................59 XVI. TASTE AND THE REPRODUCTION OF ART ........................................................................ ...anies their illusion. It is but a small evil that Aesthetic should be termed sociological Aesthetic, or Logic, social Logic. The grave evil is that th... ...e proved by the impossibility, generally recognized, of enunciating a single sociological law, properly so−called. Those that are improperly called by... ... in its own activity. The Aesthetics of Taine and of Grosse have been called sociological. Seeing that any true definition of sociology as a science i... ...cial proceedings in case of contumacy. But M. Guyau is the most important of sociological aestheticians. His works, published in Paris toward the end ... ... of the universities of Europe and of America. It is ideally superior to the sociological, comparative, prehistoric Aesthetic, which studies especiall...

...ic as Science of Expression and General Linguistic, 1 -- Benedetto Croce, 1 -- Introduction, 2 -- I. INTUITION AND EXPRESSION, 8 -- II. INTUITION AND ART, 13 -- III. ART AND PHILOSOPHY, 18 -- IV. HISTORICISM AND INTELLECTUALISM IN AESTHETIC, 22 -- V. ANALOGOUS ERRORS IN HISTORIC AND LOGIC, 26 -- VI. THEORETIC AND PRACTICAL ACTIVITY, 29 -- VII. ANALOGY BETWEEN THE THEORETIC...

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Sustainable art

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...The expression sustainable art has been promoted recently as an art term that can be distinguished fro... ...moted recently as an art term that can be distinguished from environmental art that is in harmony with the key principles of sustainability, which inc... ... non-violence and grassroots democracy.[1] Sustainable art may also be understood as art that is produced with consideration for t... ... History According to the contemporary art historians and curators Maja and Reuben Fowkes, the origins of sustaina... ...historians and curators Maja and Reuben Fowkes, the origins of sustainable art can be traced to the conceptual art of the late 1960s and early 1970s, ... ...he Leuphana University Lüneburg, the Arts Research Network of the European Sociological Association focused its attention on the recent movements and ... ... Final report of the 2007 conference of The ESA (European Sociological Association) Arts Research Network Bi... ...he Leuphana University Lüneburg, the Arts Research Network of the European Sociological Association focused its attention on the recent movements and ... ... Final report of the 2007 conference of The ESA (European Sociological Association) Arts Research Network Bi...

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Modern Painting

By: George Moore

...he Speaker" allowed me to publish from time to time chapters of a book on art. These chapters have been gathered from the mass of art journalism whi... ... SISLEY, PISSARO, AND THE DECADENCE OUR ACADEMICIANS THE ORGANISATION OF ART ART AND SCIENCE ROYALTY IN ART ART PATRONS PICTURE DEALERS MR. BUR... ...PATRONS PICTURE DEALERS MR. BURNE-JONES AND THE ACADEMY THE ALDERMAN IN ART RELIGIOSITY IN ART THE CAMERA IN ART THE NEW ENGLISH ART CLUB A GRE... ...HE CAMERA IN ART THE NEW ENGLISH ART CLUB A GREAT ARTIST NATIONALITY IN ART SEX IN ART MR. STEER'S EXHIBITION CLAUDE MONET NOTES-- MR. MARK ... ...ID BY MR. JAMES THE WHISTLER ALBUM INGRES SOME JAPANESE PRINTS NEW ART CRITICISM LONG AGO IN ITALY WHISTLER. I have studied Mr.... ...he painting to be worthless. Mr. Walter Crane says it is only fit for a sociological museum or for an illustrated tract in a temperance propaganda...

...The Editor of ?The Speaker? allowed me to publish from time to time chapters of a book on art. These chapters have been gathered from the mass of art journalism which had grown about them, and I reprint them in the sequence originally intended....

...ENTH CENTURY ARTISTIC EDUCATION IN FRANCE AND ENGLAND INGRES AND COROT MONET, SISLEY, PISSARO, AND THE DECADENCE OUR ACADEMICIANS THE ORGANISATION OF ART ART AND SCIENCE ROYALTY IN ART ART PATRONS PICTURE DEALERS MR. BURNE-JONES AND THE ACADEMY THE ALDERMAN IN ART RELIGIOSITY IN ART THE CAMERA IN ART THE NEW ENGLISH ART CLUB A GREAT ARTIST NATIONALITY IN ART SEX IN ART MR....

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Autistic art

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...Autistic art is art created by autistic artists or art which captures or conveys a variety of autistic experiences or demeanor... ... Contents 1 Autistic art 2 Figurative art ... ... 2 Figurative art 3 Abstract art 4 Imaginary worlds ... ... 7 External links Autistic art Art by autistic artists has long been shown in separ... ...een shown in separate venues from artists without disabilities.[1] and the art of those with autism has often been considered part of Outsider Art[1] ... ...versity Sociological and cultural aspects of autism ... ...versity Sociological and cultural aspects of autism ...

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Prejudices : First Series

By: Henry Louis Mencken

...at good can it do? What is its normal effect upon the artist and the work of art? Such a spell of self−searching has been in progress for several year... ...r less lucidity and plausibility to the discussion. Their views of their own art, it appears, are quite as divergent as their views of the arts they m... ...ely with pure beauty. A third group holds that the chief aspect of a work of art, particularly in the field of literature, is its aspect as psychologi... ..., criticism is little more than a branch of homiletics. They judge a work of art, not by its clarity and sincerity, not by the force and charm of its ... ...rst solid success, not as a merchant of banal pedagogics, not as a hawker of sociological liver−pills, but as a master of brilliant and life−like repr... ...ooting through its smoke. One heard whispers of strange heresies economic, sociological, even political. Gossip had it that pedagogy was hatching vi... ...s, in essence, no more than a dramatization of all the current political and sociological rumble−bumble, by Roosevelt out of Coxey's Army, with music ... ... it had a great deal of popularity when its vague grappling with insoluble sociological problems was the sport of all the weeklies and of half the m... ...constantly ravished and set aflame by fresh brigades of moral, political and sociological revolutionists that it is forever playing the eager victim...

...ds? What is its aim, exactly stated in legal terms? How far can it go? What good can it do? What is its normal effect upon the artist and the work of art? Such a spell of self?searching has been in progress for several years past, and the critics of various countries have contributed theories of more or less lucidity and plausibility to the discussion. Their views of their...

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Contemporary art

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... Avant-garde art ... ... Conceptual art ... ... Contemporary art awards ... ... Contemporary art by nationality ... ... Contemporary art exhibitions ... ... Site-specific art Social practice art Sociological art Solo show (art exhibition) Sound a... ... Site-specific art Social practice art Sociological art Solo show (art exhibition) Sound a...

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Modern Painting

By: George Moore

...he Speaker" allowed me to publish from time to time chapters of a book on art. These chapters have been gathered from the mass of art journalism whi... ... SISLEY, PISSARO, AND THE DECADENCE OUR ACADEMICIANS THE ORGANISATION OF ART ART AND SCIENCE ROYALTY IN ART ART PATRONS PICTURE DEALERS MR. BUR... ...PATRONS PICTURE DEALERS MR. BURNE-JONES AND THE ACADEMY THE ALDERMAN IN ART RELIGIOSITY IN ART THE CAMERA IN ART THE NEW ENGLISH ART CLUB A GRE... ...HE CAMERA IN ART THE NEW ENGLISH ART CLUB A GREAT ARTIST NATIONALITY IN ART SEX IN ART MR. STEER'S EXHIBITION CLAUDE MONET NOTES-- MR. MARK ... ...ID BY MR. JAMES THE WHISTLER ALBUM INGRES SOME JAPANESE PRINTS NEW ART CRITICISM LONG AGO IN ITALY WHISTLER. I have studied Mr.... ...he painting to be worthless. Mr. Walter Crane says it is only fit for a sociological museum or for an illustrated tract in a temperance propaganda...

...ENTH CENTURY ARTISTIC EDUCATION IN FRANCE AND ENGLAND INGRES AND COROT MONET, SISLEY, PISSARO, AND THE DECADENCE OUR ACADEMICIANS THE ORGANISATION OF ART ART AND SCIENCE ROYALTY IN ART ART PATRONS PICTURE DEALERS MR. BURNE-JONES AND THE ACADEMY THE ALDERMAN IN ART RELIGIOSITY IN ART THE CAMERA IN ART THE NEW ENGLISH ART CLUB A GREAT ARTIST NATIONALITY IN ART SEX IN ART MR....

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The Rules of Sociological Method

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... The Rules of Sociological Method (French: Les Règles de la Méthode Sociologique) is a bo... ...e Rules is seen as an important text in sociology and is a popular book on sociological theory courses. The book's meaning is still being debated by s... ... ^ a b c d Émile Durkheim (1982). The Rules of Sociological Method. Simon and Schuster. pp. 2–.   ... ... ^ Patricia Leavy (30 July 2008). Method Meets Art: Arts-based Research Practice. Guilford Press. pp. 5–.   ... ...lrouth; Laura Desfor Edles (26 September 2007). Classical and Contemporary Sociological Theory: Text and Readings. Pine Forge Press. pp. 95–. &nb... ... External links The Rules of Sociological Method', Chapter 5 Les règles de la m... ... ^ Patricia Leavy (30 July 2008). Method Meets Art: Arts-based Research Practice. Guilford Press. pp. 5–.   ...

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The Principles of Aesthetics

By: Dewitt H. Parker

...higan and embodies my effort to express to them the nature and meaning of art. In writing it, I have sought to maintain scientific accuracy, yet at ... ..., I hope, to people who are interested in the intelligent appreciation of art. My obligations are extensive,--most directly to those whom I have c... ...table, or too obvious to make it necessary. For the broader philosophy of art, my debt is heaviest, I believe, to the artists and philosophers durin... ... I. Introduction: Purpose and Method CHAPTER II. The Definition of Art CHAPTER III. The Intrinsic Value of Art CHAPTER IV. The Analys... ... Poetry CHAPTER X. Prose Literature CHAPTER XI. The Dominion of Art over Nature: Painting CHAPTER XII. The Dominion of Art over Nature:... ... into this is sure to make mistakes. Even when he tries to use the latest sociological, economic, and political theories, he runs great risks; for t... ...ns. Such stories are, however, inconclusive, because they imply the false sociological thesis that the remedy for present ills is a return to the cu...

...ce: This book has grown out of lectures to students at the University of Michigan and embodies my effort to express to them the nature and meaning of art. In writing it, I have sought to maintain scientific accuracy, yet at the same time to preserve freedom of style and something of the inspiration of the subject. While intended primarily for students, the book will appeal...

...CONTENTS CHAPTER I. Introduction: Purpose and Method CHAPTER II. The Definition of Art CHAPTER III. The Intrinsic Value of Art CHAPTER IV. The Analysis of the Aesthetic Experience: The Elements of the Experience CHAPTER V. The Analysis of the Aesthetic Experience: The Structure of the Experience CHAPTER VI....

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Academic art

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...ts in 1826 by Wilhelm Bendz. Academic art is a style of painting and sculpture produced under the influence of Eu... ...inting and sculpture produced under the influence of European academies of art. Specifically, academic art is the art and artists influenced by the st... ...ch practiced under the movements of Neoclassicism and Romanticism, and the art that followed these two movements in the attempt to synthesize both of ... ... Makart. In this context it is often called "academism", "academicism", "L'art pompier", and "eclecticism", and sometimes linked with "historicism" an... ...etimes linked with "historicism" and "syncretism". The art influenced by academies in general is also called "academic art." In th... ... With the goals of Postmodernism in giving a fuller, more sociological and pluralistic account of history, academic art has been brou...

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Modern Painting

By: George Moore

.......................................................32 THE ORGANISATION OF ART. ....................................................................... .............................................................................43 ART AND SCIENCE. .......................................................... .................................................................45 ROYALTY IN ART. ....................................................................... .............................................................................46 ART PATRONS. ............................................................... ...........................................................52 THE ALDERMAN IN ART. ....................................................................... ...res the painting to be worthless. Mr. Walter Crane says it is only fit for a sociological museum or for an illustrated tract in a temperance propagand...

...ION IN FRANCE AND ENGLAND, 20 -- INGRES AND COROT, 24 -- MONET, SISLEY, PISSARO, AND THE DECADENCE, 28 -- OUR ACADEMICIANS, 32 -- THE ORGANISATION OF ART, 43 -- ART AND SCIENCE, 45 -- ROYALTY IN ART, 46 -- ART PATRONS, 48 -- PICTURE DEALERS, 50 -- MR. BURNE?JONES AND THE ACADEMY, 52 -- THE ALDERMAN IN ART, 53 -- RELIGIOSITY IN ART, 57 -- THE CAMERA IN ART, 60 -- THE NEW EN...

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Anthropology of art

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...ries on the Anthropology of art, media, music, dance and film ... ... Art ... ... Art of the Americas ... ... Indigenous Australian art Oceanic art ... ... ethnography Tribal art/Folk art ... ... Semiotic Sociological ...

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Aesthetic as Science of Expression and General Linguistic

By: Benedetto Croce

...ir difference--Identity of intuition and expression. II INTUITION AND ART Corollaries and explanations--Identity of art and of intuitive knowl... ...ique of the imitation of nature and of the artistic illusion--Critique of art conceived as a sentimental, not a theoretic fact--The origin of Aesthe... ...f the theory of Aesthetic senses--Unity and indivisibility of the work of art--Art as deliverer. III ART AND PHILOSOPHY Indissolubility of int... ...ive and of intuitive knowledge--Critique of the negations of this thesis--Art and science--Content and form: another meaning. Prose and poetry--The ... ...es their illusion. It is but a small evil that Aesthetic should be termed sociological Aesthetic, or Logic, social Logic. The grave evil is that the... ...roved by the impossibility, generally recognized, of enunciating a single sociological law, properly so-called. Those that are improperly called by ... ...ts own activity. The Aesthetics of Taine and of Grosse have been called sociological. Seeing that any true definition of sociology as a science is... ...proceedings in case of contumacy. But M. Guyau is the most important of sociological aestheticians. His works, published in Paris toward the end o... ... the universities of Europe and of America. It is ideally superior to the sociological, comparative, prehistoric Aesthetic, which studies especially...

...ion--Intuition and representation--Intuition and expression--Illusions as to their difference--Identity of intuition and expression. II INTUITION AND ART Corollaries and explanations--Identity of art and of intuitive knowledge-- No specific difference--No difference of intensity--Difference extensive and empirical--Artistic genius--Content and form in Aesthetic--Critique o...

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Songzhuang art colony

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... 1 The character of Songzhuang art colony 2 Searching for tranquility ... ...eferences The character of Songzhuang art colony The previously institutionalized and socially... ... The previously institutionalized and socially motivated art system produced many of the initial artists of the Chinese avant-garde.... ... even if its present concerns are perhaps more of a monetary rather than a sociological nature. With a shift catering more towards the foreign market ... ...rs and galleries that have become the prominent collectors of contemporary art in China, though one would have to be über-cynical to suppose that the ... ...ng Qiuren and Yao Junzhong joined them. With the accompaniment of renowned art critic Li Xianting, who later became known as “ the Godfather of Songzh... ... even if its present concerns are perhaps more of a monetary rather than a sociological nature. With a shift catering more towards the foreign market ...

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Aesthetic as Science of Expression and General Linguistic

By: Benedetto Croce

...ir difference--Identity of intuition and expression. II INTUITION AND ART Corollaries and explanations--Identity of art and of intuitive knowl... ...ique of the imitation of nature and of the artistic illusion--Critique of art conceived as a sentimental, not a theoretic fact--The origin of Aesthe... ...f the theory of Aesthetic senses--Unity and indivisibility of the work of art--Art as deliverer. III ART AND PHILOSOPHY Indissolubility of int... ...ive and of intuitive knowledge--Critique of the negations of this thesis--Art and science--Content and form: another meaning. Prose and poetry--The ... ...es their illusion. It is but a small evil that Aesthetic should be termed sociological Aesthetic, or Logic, social Logic. The grave evil is that the... ...roved by the impossibility, generally recognized, of enunciating a single sociological law, properly so-called. Those that are improperly called by ... ...ts own activity. The Aesthetics of Taine and of Grosse have been called sociological. Seeing that any true definition of sociology as a science is... ...proceedings in case of contumacy. But M. Guyau is the most important of sociological aestheticians. His works, published in Paris toward the end o... ... the universities of Europe and of America. It is ideally superior to the sociological, comparative, prehistoric Aesthetic, which studies especially...

...ion--Intuition and representation--Intuition and expression--Illusions as to their difference--Identity of intuition and expression. II INTUITION AND ART Corollaries and explanations--Identity of art and of intuitive knowledge-- No specific difference--No difference of intensity--Difference extensive and empirical--Artistic genius--Content and form in Aesthetic--Critique o...

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Sword Art Online

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... Cover of the first volume of Sword Art Online featuring Kirito (left) and Asuna (right) ... ... Sword Art Online. Sword Art Online: Ai... ...Sword Art Online: Aincrad Sword Art Online: Fairy Dance Sword Ar... ...ord Art Online: Girls Ops Sword Art Online: Progressive Sword Ar... ...rt Online: Phantom Bullet Sword Art Online: Caliber Sword Art On... ...t on the psychological aspects of virtual reality on the human psyche, its sociological views on creating a realistic economy and society in a massive... ...t on the psychological aspects of virtual reality on the human psyche, its sociological views on creating a realistic economy and society in a massive...

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Animism; Or, Thought Currents of Primitive Peoples

By: George William Gilmore

...EFACE THE result of recent historical studies, whether on anthropological, sociological, archeological, or religious lines, has brought into ever clea... ...the pertinent cases there narrated, while the vases and other monuments of art abundantly illustrate the belief——although sometimes the idea is modifi... ...or utter their words in whistling tones. So the wizards by ventriloquistic art impose upon the credulous, and by wheezing utterance produce the effect... ... on the part of the ghost; and, on the other, to necromancy and the "black art" or black magic, if the ghost or his control be evil. Melanesians and A... ...don, 1905 ff. (Includes Taboo and the Perils of the Soul; Dying God; Magic Art and Evolution of Kings; Spirits of Corn and Wild; Adonis, Attis and Osi...

...PREFACE: THE result of recent historical studies, whether on anthropological, sociological, archeological, or religious lines, has brought into ever clearer vision as the substratum of all civilizations that stage of culture from which this book takes its title. One consequence is: general recognition ...

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Digital Live Art

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... Digital Live Art [1] is the intersection of Live Art (art form), Computing and Human Computer Interactio... ...vent occurring for any length of time and in any place using technological means. Digital Live Art borrows the methods, tools and theories from HCI to... ...ols and theories from HCI to help inform and analyze the design and evaluation of Digital Live Art experiences. ... ... Theory Central to the understanding of Digital Live Art is the concept of performance framing (social scien... ...ve, meaning all everyday social interaction becomes performance in some sense,[9] Digital Live Art theorists often deliberately align their work with ... ... to formalise some of the basic attributes of performative interaction against a background of sociological analysis in order to better understand how...

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Animism; Or, Thought Currents of Primitive Peoples

By: George William Gilmore

...REFACE THE result of recent historical studies, whether on anthropological, sociological, archeological, or religious lines, has brought into ever c... ... the pertinent cases there narrated, while the vases and other monuments of art abundantly illustrate the belief although sometimes the idea is mod... ... or utter their words in whistling tones. So the wizards by ventriloquistic art impose upon the credulous, and by wheezing utterance produce the eff... ...n on the part of the ghost; and, on the other, to necromancy and the "black art" or black magic, if the ghost or his control be evil. Melanesians an... ...ndon, 1905 ff. (Includes Taboo and the Perils of the Soul; Dying God; Magic Art and Evolution of Kings; Spirits of Corn and Wild; Adonis, Attis and ...

...Preface: The result of recent historical studies, whether on anthropological, sociological, archeological, or religious lines, has brought into ever clearer vision as the substratum of all civilizations that stage of culture from which this book takes its title. One consequence is: general recognition ...

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Houston Alternative Art

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... The Houston Alternative Art chronology was originally compiled by Caroline Huber and The Art Guys for the exhibition catalogue No Zoning: Artist... ...g the city as inspiration, material, and site. This chronology documents Houston’s alternative art scene. Co... ... Houston artists and architects seeking a venue for displaying contemporary art and design founded the volunteer-operated Contempor... ...died shortly thereafter. The facility is now preserved by the Orange Show Center for Visionary Art and is the site for events and performances.[2] ... ...Barthelme, Jack Boynton, David McManaway, and Charles T. Williams, along with numerous Houston art patrons and international visitors such as Jean Tin... ...working both individually and in teams. Held May 2–July 29, the exhibition addressed urban and sociological issues facing Houston, such as housing pre...

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Hermione and Her Little Group of Serious Thinkers

By: Don Marquis

... HERMIONE TAKES UP LITERATURE • THE WORLD IS GETTING BETTER • WAR AND ART • A SPIRITUAL DIALOGUE • WILL THE BEST PEOPLE RECEIVE THE SUPERMAN ... ... HOUSE BEAUTIFUL • MAMA IS SO MID-VICTORIAN • VOKE EASELEY AND HIS NEW ART • HERMIONE ON SUPERFICIALITY • ISIS, THE ASTROLOGIST • THE SIMPLE... ... Stuff, in his drink; I saw a vapid egg-eyed Gink Who said eight times: "Art is my bride!" A queen in sandals slammed the Pans And screamed a Chin... ...it proved that night That Fire is Cold, and Black is White, That Junk is Art, and Art is Junk, That Virtue's wrong, and Vice is right, That Death ... ...e of spiritual suffering? I so often think of that when I am engaged in sociological work. Only the other night — it was raining and chilly, you k... ... out how to help the masses. For of course I haven't lost my interest in sociological problems. In fact I'm having some new dresses made — simple,... ... counts, anyhow. When we took up Sociology — we gave several evenings to Sociological Discussion, you know, besides doing a lot of practical Welfar... ...in once or twice a week to keep in 99 touch with some of my committees. Sociological work, for instance, keeps right up the year around. Of cours... ...her up to the house to take notes for a report I was making to one of the sociological committees I was on then. And she took the notes and put the...

...IONS AND WAR · URGES AND DOGS · MOODS AND POPPIES · CONCENTRATION · SOUL MATES · HERMIONE TAKES UP LITERATURE · THE WORLD IS GETTING BETTER · WAR AND ART · A SPIRITUAL DIALOGUE · WILL THE BEST PEOPLE RECEIVE THE SUPERMAN SOCIALLY? · THE PARASITE WOMAN MUST GO! · THE HOUSE BEAUTIFUL · MAMA IS SO MID-VICTORIAN · VOKE EASELEY AND HIS NEW ART · HERMIONE ON SUPERFICIALITY · ISI...

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Classificatory disputes about art

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... 1872, oil on canvas, Musee Marmottan Art historians and philosophers of art have long had classificatory dispute... ...orians and philosophers of art have long had classificatory disputes about art regarding whether a particular cultural form or piece of work should be... ...hether a particular cultural form or piece of work should be classified as art. Disputes about what does and does not count as art continue to occur t... ... Contents 1 Definitions of art 2 Theories of art classification ... ...classification 3 Disputes about classifying art 3.1 Conceptual art ... ... Another approach is to say that “art” is basically a sociological category, that whatever art schools and museums, and artists g... ... Another approach is to say that “art” is basically a sociological category, that whatever art schools and museums, and artists g...

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The Psychology of Beauty

By: Ethel D. Puffer

... NATURE OF BEAUTY • III. THE AESTHETIC REPOSE • IV. THE BEAUTY OF FINE ART • V. THE BEAUTY OF MUSIC • VI. THE BEAUTY OF LITERATURE • VII. TH... ...E THE human being who thrills to the experience of beauty in nature and in art does not forever rest with that experience unquestioned. The day comes ... ...ychology of aesthetic reactions; studies in the genesis and development of art forms, have multiplied apace. But these are still mere groups of facts ... ...hall fulfill the true function of criticism. He is to consider the work of art in its historical setting and its psychological origin, "as a character... ...transparent illustration of aesthetic law." But, "in regarding the work of art under all these aspects, his aim is, primarily, not to explain, and not... ...elpful. This compelling quality of rhythm would lead us to look behind the sociological influences, for the explanation in some fundamental condition ...

...THE human being who thrills to the experience of beauty in nature and in art does not forever rest with that experience unquestioned. The day comes when he yearns to pierce the secret of his emotion, to discover what it is, and why, that has so stung him—to defend and to justify his transport to h...

...· PREFACE · I. CRITICISM AND AESTHETICS · II. THE NATURE OF BEAUTY · III. THE AESTHETIC REPOSE · IV. THE BEAUTY OF FINE ART · V. THE BEAUTY OF MUSIC · VI. THE BEAUTY OF LITERATURE · VII. THE NATURE OF THE EMOTIONS OF THE DRAMA · VIII. THE BEAUTY OF IDEAS...

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Arnold Hauser (art historian)

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...nold Hauser (8 May 1892, Timişoara, Romania – 28 January 1978, Budapest) was a Hungarian art historian who was perhaps the leading Marxist in the fiel... ...eading Marxist in the field. He wrote on the influence of change in social structures on art. His The Social History of Art (1951) argued that art—whi... ... 1951: Sozialgeschichte der Kunst und Literatur (The Social History of Art and Literature) 1958: Philosophi... ...ature) 1958: Philosophie der Kunstgeschichte (The Philosophy of Art History) 1964: Der Manierismus. ... ...ng der modernen Kunst (Mannerism: The Crisis of the Renaissance and the Origin of Modern Art) 1974: Soziologie der Kunst (The... ...eferences Harrington, Austin (2004). Art and social theory: sociological arguments in aesthetics. Wiley-Blackwell, pp.&nb...

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Without Prejudice

By: Israel Zangwill

...: WHICH MAY SERVE TO INTRODUCE THE INTRODUCTION II. TUNING UP III. ART IN ENGLAND IV. BOHEMIA AND VERLAINE V. THE INDESTRUCTIBLES VI. CONCE... ... rejoined mildly. "Thou dost not deserve it," she interrupted. "Thou art substituting hysteria for history," I went on. "I was not born yesterd... ...of thee. It is the nation--" "The nation!" he cried scornfully. "_Thou_ art the nation; the nation is only a collection of individuals. Thou art r... ...he nation is only a collection of individuals. Thou art responsible. Thou art the man." "Thou art the man," echoed a thousand voices: "Society is... ...eally poor never beg." "Then how am I responsible?" I retorted. "How art thou responsible?" cried the voices indignantly; and one dominating th... ... word-duel, and why a John Stuart Mill, who gave his life to the study of sociological questions, is a failure in the House, while a Randolph Church...

This book contains titles such as A Vision of the Burden of Man: Which May Serve to Introduce the Introduction, Tuning Up and Art in England.

...CONTENTS I GOSSIPS AND FANTASIES I. A VISION OF THE BURDEN OF MAN: WHICH MAY SERVE TO INTRODUCE THE INTRODUCTION II. TUNING UP III. ART IN ENGLAND IV. BOHEMIA AND VERLAINE V. THE INDESTRUCTIBLES VI. CONCERNING GENERAL ELECTIONS VII. THE REALISTIC NOVEL VIII. IN DEFENCE OF GAMBLING IX. TRULY RURAL X. OPINIONS OF THE YOUNG FOGEY XI. CRITICS AND PEOPLE XII. ...

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Vladimir Petković (art historian)

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... Vladimir Petković (1874–1956) was a Serbian art historian and professor at the University of Belgrade.[1]... ...ujic ́ .. ^ Ludomir R. Lozny Comparative Archaeologies: A Sociological View of the Science of ...- 2011 p417 "Between 1...

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The Psychology of Beauty

By: Ethel D. Puffer

.................................................18 IV. THE BEAUTY OF FINE ART......................................................................... ... THE NATURE OF BEAUTY • III. THE AESTHETIC REPOSE • IV. THE BEAUTY OF FINE ART • V. THE BEAUTY OF MUSIC • VI. THE BEAUTY OF LITERATURE • VII. THE... ...E THE human being who thrills to the experience of beauty in nature and in art does not forever rest with that experience unquestioned. The day co... ...chology of aesthetic reactions; studies in the genesis and development of art forms, have multiplied apace. But these are still mere groups of f... ...hall fulfill the true function of criticism. He is to consider the work of art in its historical setting and its psychological origin, "as a charac... ...elpful. This compelling quality of rhythm would lead us to look behind the sociological influences, for the explanation in some fundamental conditi...

...Preface: The human being who thrills to the experience of beauty in nature and in art does not forever rest with that experience unquestioned. The day comes when he yearns to pierce the secret of his emotion, to discover what it is, and why, that has so stung him to defend and to justify his transport to h...

.... Puffer, 1 -- Preface, 1 -- I. CRITICISM AND AESTHETICS, 2 -- II. THE NATURE OF BEAUTY, 9 -- III. THE AESTHETIC REPOSE, 18 -- IV. THE BEAUTY OF FINE ART, 27 -- V. THE BEAUTY OF MUSIC, 45 -- VI. THE BEAUTY OF LITERATURE, 62 -- VII. THE NATURE OF THE EMOTIONS OF THE DRAMA, 69 -- VIII. THE BEAUTY OF IDEAS, 78...

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Agullo

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...), a Spanish painter Thierry Agullo, one of the early participants on the Sociological art movement ;See also Guillem Agulló i Salvador, a Valenci... ...painter Thierry Agullo, one of the early participants on the Sociological art movement ;See also Guillem Agulló i Salvador, a Valencian member of ...

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Short Stories and Essays

By: William Dean Howells

...ew York Fifty-odd Years Ago From New York into New England The Art of the Adsmith The Psychology of Plagiarism Puritanism in A... ... Plagiarism Puritanism in American Fiction The What and How in Art Politics in American Authors Storage "Floating down t... ...or fiction at all; that I had no business to bewitch it with my miserable art; that I ought to have spoken to that little child and those poor old w... ... king's effigy did not appear a flattered likeness in the scene-painter's art, but it was useful in disclosing his ghost by giving place to it in th... ...es, I have seen it, but it's impossible. It doesn't stand to reason." Art, like law, is the perfection of reason, and whatever is unreasonable i... ...itical questions ceased to be moral and emotional and became economic and sociological, literary men found their standing with greater difficulty. ... ...ote that Dr. Hale and Colonel Higginson, who later came together in their sociological sympathies, were divided by the schism of 1884, when the firs...

...useum American Literature in Exile The Horse Show The Problem of the Summer Aesthetic New York Fifty-odd Years Ago From New York into New England The Art of the Adsmith The Psychology of Plagiarism Puritanism in American Fiction The What and How in Art Politics in American Authors Storage Floating down the River on the O-hi-o 3...

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Cultural Sociology (journal)

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...ology is a peer-reviewed academic journal published jointly by the British Sociological Association and SAGE Publications.[1] The journal includes soc... ...ons, and from a variety of national contexts. Cultural Sociology publishes sociologically-informed work concerned with cultural processes and artifact... ...es and artifacts, broadly defined. Although focused on sociological contributions to cultural analysis, articles include dialogue ... ...ate fields such as cultural studies, gender studies, postcolonial studies, art history, history, literary and film studies, and human geography. ... ... ^ "Cultural Sociology Journal". British Sociological Association. Archived from the original on 2 February 2011. Re... ... 2007 establishments in the United Kingdom British Sociological Association ... ...ate fields such as cultural studies, gender studies, postcolonial studies, art history, history, literary and film studies, and human geography. ...

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Short Stories and Essays

By: William Dean Howells

...ew York Fifty-odd Years Ago From New York into New England The Art of the Adsmith The Psychology of Plagiarism Puritanism in A... ... Plagiarism Puritanism in American Fiction The What and How in Art Politics in American Authors Storage "Floating down t... ...or fiction at all; that I had no business to bewitch it with my miserable art; that I ought to have spoken to that little child and those poor old w... ... king's effigy did not appear a flattered likeness in the scene-painter's art, but it was useful in disclosing his ghost by giving place to it in th... ...es, I have seen it, but it's impossible. It doesn't stand to reason." Art, like law, is the perfection of reason, and whatever is unreasonable i... ...itical questions ceased to be moral and emotional and became economic and sociological, literary men found their standing with greater difficulty. ... ...ote that Dr. Hale and Colonel Higginson, who later came together in their sociological sympathies, were divided by the schism of 1884, when the firs...

...useum American Literature in Exile The Horse Show The Problem of the Summer Aesthetic New York Fifty-odd Years Ago From New York into New England The Art of the Adsmith The Psychology of Plagiarism Puritanism in American Fiction The What and How in Art Politics in American Authors Storage Floating down the River on the O-hi-o...

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Aesthetics

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...Aesthetics is a branch of philosophy dealing with the nature of art, beauty, and taste, with the creation and appreciation of beauty. It is... ... Art criticism ... ... Art genres ... ... Philosophers of art ... ... Applied aesthetics Architectural design values Art Art and emotion Art and morality Ar... ...on Social Practice Social practice art Sociological art Sophistication Superficiality ... ...on Social Practice Social practice art Sociological art Sophistication Superficiality ...

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The Psychology of Beauty

By: Ethel D. Puffer

... THE human being who thrills to the experience of beauty in nature and in art does not forever rest with that experience unquestioned. The day come... ...hology of aesthetic reactions; studies in the genesis and development of art forms, have multiplied apace. But these are still mere groups of fac... ...STHETIC REPOSE................................57 IV. THE BEAUTY OF FINE ART..............................89 A. THE BEAUTY OF VISUAL FORM.... ...l fulfill the true function of criticism. He is to consider the work of art in its historical setting and its psychological origin, "as a characte... ...nsparent illustration of aesthetic law." But, "in regarding the work of art under all these aspects, his aim is, primarily, not to explain, and no... ...pful. This compelling quality of rhythm would lead us to look behind the sociological influences, for the explanation in some fundamental condition...

...Preface: The human being who thrills to the experience of beauty in nature and in art does not forever rest with that experience unquestioned. The day comes when he yearns to pierce the secret of his emotion, to discover what it is, and why, that has so stung him?to defend and to justify his transport to h...

.........1 II. THE NATURE OF BEAUTY................................27 III. THE AESTHETIC REPOSE................................57 IV. THE BEAUTY OF FINE ART..............................89 A. THE BEAUTY OF VISUAL FORM.....................91 B. SPACE COMPOSITION AMONG THE OLD MASTERS......128 V. THE BEAUTY OF MUSIC................................149 VI. THE BEAUTY OF LITERATUR...

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