Guide to Aesthetics

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Hackett Publishing, 1995 - Philosophy - 88 pages
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A reprint of the Library of Liberal Arts edition of 1965.

Croce s "Guide" presents one of the clearest and strongest defenses of the intuitive nature of art in Western philosophical thought."

 

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Contents

What Is Art?
3
Prejudices Concerning Art
28
The Place of Art in the Spirit
48
Criticism and the History of Art
65
APPENDIX NOTES
83
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Benedetto Croce (1866-1952) was one of the most influential philosophers of the twentieth century. Among his many works are Philosophy of the Practical; What is Living and What is Dead in the Philosophy of Hegel; Aesthetic; Logic as the Science of Pure Concept; History of the Story of Liberty; and Guide to Aesthetics.

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