Aesthetics, Imagination and the Unity of Experience
Advancing a number of common themes that collectively constitute a unified approach to aesthetics, the essays in this volume cover a broad range of topics taking in Kant's 'Critique of Judgement', Clive Bell's aesthetic theory, and the relevance of Wittgenstein for aesthetics.
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The Unity of Kants Critique of Aesthetic Judgement
A Kind of Magical Faculty
Imagination in the Experience of Art
Aesthetic Theory and the Experience of Art
The Critic and the Lover of Art
Poetry and Truth
The Aesthetic and the Semantic
Clive Bells Aesthetic Theory and Critical Practice
Aestheticism Imagination and Schooling
Socrates and Platos Cave
Bibliography of the Works of R K Elliott
Adeimantus aesthetic contemplation aesthetic emotion aesthetic experience Aesthetic Idea aesthetic judgement aesthetic point aesthetic quality aesthetic theory aesthetic value aestheticism allegory analogy animistic Antiochus appear appropriate artist attitude Battle of Magnesia Bell Bell's Bonnard cathedral Cavafy's Cave character Cleitophon cognitive conceived concept creative critical David Sylvester doxophilist eikasia Elliott essays on Criticism existence experience of art experienced expression faculty favour feeling Glaucon Harold Osborne Hippias Major images imaginal experience interpretation judgement of taste Kant Kant's kind magical meaning miracle Miss Meager moral natural beauty natural objects non-aesthetic objectivist particular perceived perception Philip philosopher philosophers of art Philosophy of Education picture pistis Plato poem poet poet's poetic sentence possible presuppose pure aesthetic real person realised reason recognise reference regard relation relevance representation represented response says seems sense sensible shadows significant form Socrates Socratic method soul spectator things thought Thrasymachus truth understanding unity universal virtue visualising Wittgenstein