A History of Modern Japanese Aesthetics
Michael F. Marra
University of Hawaii Press, 2001 - Art - 398 pages
This collection constitutes the first history of modern Japanese aesthetics in any language. It introduces readers through lucid and readable translations to works on the philosophy of art written by major Japanese thinkers from the late nineteenth century to the present.
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aesthetic consciousness aestheticians Aizu Aizu Yaichi Aoki Shigeru argues art history artistic Asthetik beauty and art Bigaku Bijutsu brave composure Chapter concept concrete critical critique cultural developed Eastern emotions essay Essence Ethics expression feelings Fenollosa Fiedler Fukada Yasukazu Geijutsu German Haikai Hartmann historical paintings Hogetsu human ibid idea ideal Imamichi Imperial University intuition issue Japan Japanese art Kant Kant's Ken'ichi Kenkyu Koeber Kuki Kuki's Kyoto language lecture Lipps Literary Arts literature meaning Meiji period Modern Japanese Aesthetics Moreover Mori Ogai Nakagawa Shigeaki Nara nature Nihon Nishi Amane Nishida Kitaro notion Novel object Ogai's Okakura Onishi Hajime Onishi Yoshinori professor pure experience reality relationship Sakabe Sakabe's scholars Shimamura Hogetsu Shinbi Soseki spirit structure Takayama Chogyu Takeuchi Tetsugaku theory thetics tion transcendental translation Tsubouchi Shoyo Ueda Ueda's University of Tokyo visual perception Watsuji Tetsuro Western aesthetics words Zenshu