Ontos Verlag, 2010 - Philosophy - 279 pages
This is the first volume devoted to the aesthetics of the Graz school. V Raspa's introduction gives an outline of the aesthetic themes and exponents of the school. D Jacquette argues for a Meinongian subjectivistic aesthetic value theory. B Langlet deals with aesthetic properties and emotions. Ch.G. Allesch presents Witasek's aesthetics in its historical context. Í Vendrell Ferran investigates the aesthetic experience and quasi-feelings in Meinong, Witasek, Saxinger and Schwarz. R Martinelli illustrates the musical aesthetics of Ehrenfels, Höfler and Witasek. P Mahr asks if object-theoretical aesthetics is possible at all. M Potrc and V Strahovnik concentrate on Veber's aesthetic judgement. N Dolcini deals with the migration of ficta, and F Orilia with words and pictures in fictional stories.
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