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RELATIONSHIPS AMONG THE ARTS
Abstraction in Science and Abstraction in Art
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abstraction achieved actual appearance Aristotle art symbol articulation artistic perception beauty Cecil Day Lewis color complex composition connotation convey creation critics Curt Sachs dance denotation devices discursive distinct dynamic form dynamic image effect elements emotion Ernest Nagel experience expressive form fact formulative function idea illusion imagination imitation import insight intuition intuitive knowledge Irwin Edman language lines literal living form logical form material meaning ment metaphor motion names nature normal object organic painting pattern perceive philosophical physical pictorial space picture plastic art poem poet poetic poetry present primary apparition primitive principles of art problem pure question reality reason relations rhythmic rhythms Roger Fry sculpture seems semanticists semantics sense sensuous sentience shape significant form simply sometimes sonata form song sound statement structure subjective T. S. Eliot theory things thought tion tonal tones unity usually virtual space visual vital whole words