The transformation of nature in art
"This is an unabridged reissue of a basic work upon Asiatic art principles first issued by Harvard University Press in 1934. Written with the author's enormous erudition in art history, aesthetics oriental languages, philosophy and religion, it analyses th"
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MEISTER ECKHARTS VIEW OF ART
REACTIONS TO ART IN INDIA
AESTHETIC or THE SUKRANITISARA 11 1 V PAROKSA
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AbhidharmakoSa actually aesthetic experience analogy angels artist Asia aspect beauty Brahman Buddhist canon Ch'an-Zen ch'i Chinese cited color conception corresponding creatures dance dbhdsa deity delight dhvani dhyana divine Eckhart edition European example expression formal Game of Logic Giles God's Heaven Hindu human ibid iconography idea ideal illustrations implies Index Indian intellect intelligible kind knowledge Lewis Carroll LISTEN & LEARN lotus manifestation mathematical Max and Moritz means mental merely metaphysical mind mode modern nature object painter painting Paperbound paroksa perfection point of view portrait practice prajna pratyaksa present principle puzzles rasa reference representation represented Rg Veda rupa Sahitya Sankaracarya Sanskrit Scholastic sddrsya Sdstra sense sensible Silpa songs soul specific spectator spiritual St Thomas Stcherbatsky style Sutra symbol Tangled Tale theme theory things thought tion tradition translated types understanding Upanisad Vasubandhu verse vision visual words worship Yoga