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Author: Peter Bornedal
ISBN: 0761801782
Pages: 378 pages
Publisher: University Press Of America (April 23, 1996)
Language: English
Category: History & Criticism
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It examines the epistemology of criticism, and pursues how criticism on a fundamental structural level develops and changes

It examines the epistemology of criticism, and pursues how criticism on a fundamental structural level develops and changes. The work focuses on the transformation of the critical theories of Classicism and Romanticism. It does so with respect to how one discusses art and the artist, and with respect to the epistemological changes in these discussions

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Works of art present problems of both interpretation and evaluation. Evaluation is not the concern of this article ( see aesthetics ), but one problem about interpretation deserves to be mentioned. Works of art are often difficult, and how to interpret them properly is far from obvious. The question then arises as to what factors should guide efforts at interpretation.

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Book 2 of 2 in the Enlightenment: An Interpretation Series. The first volume focused largely on what the "little flock of philosophes" read and thought. This volume's focus is more centered around the implementation of their ideas into discernible programs in science, art, education and politics. Like the first volume, this volume is not organized by chronology, but rather by topical treatment.

Peter Bornedal is Associate Professor of Civilization Studies at American University of Beirut

Peter Bornedal is Associate Professor of Civilization Studies at American University of Beirut. He received his Ma. rt. from the University of Copenhagen, and his . and P. from the University of Chicago. He is active in the academic philosophy community and has published numerous articles in scholarly journals.

Peter Bornedal currently works at the Department of Philosophy & Civilization Studies Program, American .

Peter Bornedal currently works at the Department of Philosophy & Civilization Studies Program, American University of Beirut. He is educated from Copenhagen (Dr. Phil. He has published several articles and books, including: Speech and System, 1994 (The University of Chicago Press). The Surface and the Abyss, 2010 (Walter de Gruyter).

This book provides more than a historical account of the development of criticism. It examines the epistemology of criticism, and pursues how criticism on a fundamental structural level develops and changes. The work focuses on the transformation of the critical theories of Classicism and Romanticism. It does so with respect to how one discusses art and the artist, and with respect to the epistemological changes in these discussions. The thesis is that art gradually disconnects itself from the practical purposes and the codified language conducting the task of the classical artist. Ultimately, the target of this work is the concept of truth--the idea of a linkage between poetry and truth and the idea of the poet as a prophet and seer. This book will be a useful text for humanities classes as well as courses in the history of criticism and aesthetics.