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aesthetic experience.

Laurence Buermeyer

aesthetic experience.

by Laurence Buermeyer

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Published by Barnes foundation press in Merion .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aesthetics.

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    Open LibraryOL19092981M

    The Aesthetic Experience: An Anthropologist Looks at the Visual Arts by Jacques Maquet and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at A theory of the neural bases of aesthetic experience across the arts, which draws on the tools of both cognitive neuroscience and traditional humanist inquiry. In Feeling Beauty, G. Gabrielle Starr argues that understanding the neural underpinnings of aesthetic experience can reshape our conceptions of aesthetics and the arts. Drawing on the tools of both cognitive neuroscience .

    Unsophisticated and art-trained individuals’ initial aesthetic reaction to an artwork, just as with many types of non-aesthetic everyday stimuli, constitutes the first stage of a broad two-stage processing framework of aesthetic experience with visual art proposed by this author and his colleagues (e.g., Locher et al. ; Locher Cited by: 8. In this volume, a team of internationally respected contributors theorize the concept of aesthetic experience and its value. Exposing and expanding our restricted cultural and intellectual presuppositions of what constitutes aesthetic experience, the book aims to re-explore and affirm the place of aesthetic experience - in its evaluative, phenomenological and transformational 4/5(1).

    Additional Physical Format: Online version: Buermeyer, Laurence, b. Aesthetic experience. Merion, Pa.: Barnes Foundation, (OCoLC) Aesthetic experience  happens when we are able to experience works of art in a particularly satisfying or pleasurable way. This can occur when we have a  disinterested attitude  toward a work of art. The thing of beauty is experienced in its own right, not for any useful purpose and not out of simple curiosity.


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Aesthetic experience by Laurence Buermeyer Download PDF EPUB FB2

Noel Carroll's "Aesthetic experience, art and artists" argues against the traditional idea of aesthetic experience as a defining characteristic of art. Carroll does a nice job of showing how this idea came to have importance historically. He is particularly critical of the notion that, in aesthetic experience, art must be "valued for its own sake."4/5(1).

Aesthetic Experience book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. In this volume, a team of aesthetic experience. book respected contributors theo /5(6).

The Aesthetic Experience book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Examines how we experience art, discusses the symbolic and cultur /5(8). A theory of the neural bases of aesthetic experience across the arts, which draws on the tools of both cognitive neuroscience and traditional humanist inquiry.

In Feeling Beauty, G. Gabrielle Starr aesthetic experience. book that understanding the neural underpinnings of aesthetic experience can reshape our conceptions of aesthetics and the arts.

Drawing on the Cited by: Exposing and expanding our restricted cultural and intellectual presuppositions of what constitutes aesthetic experience, the book aims to re-explore and affirm the place of aesthetic experience--in its evaluative, phenomenological and transformational sense--not only in relation to art and artists but to our inner and spiritual lives.

Exposing and expanding our restricted cultural and intellectual presuppositions of what constitutes aesthetic experience, the book aims to re-explore and affirm the place of aesthetic experience--in its evaluative, phenomenological and transformational sense--not only in relation to art and artists but to our inner and spiritual lives.

This book develops a philosophy of aesthetic experience through two socially significant philosophical movements: early German Romanticism and early critical : Nathan Ross. This book focuses on the psychology of the aesthetic experience and on the perception and understanding of art, suggesting ways to raise levels of visual literacy and enhance artistic enjoyment.

The findings will be of importance not only to museum What is the nature of the aesthetic experience?/5. Description: The Phenomenology of Aesthetic Experience (Fr. Phénoménologie de l'expérience esthétique) was first published in In the first of four parts, Dufrenne distinguishes the "aesthetic object" from the "work of art." In the second, he elucidates types of works of art, especially music and painting.

Aesthetic reading: reading to explore the work and oneself. Here, readers are engaged in the experience of reading, itself. Rosenblatt states, “In aesthetic reading, the reader’s attention is centered directly on what he is living through during his relationship with that particular text.” [, p.

25 ] An example would be reading. The aesthetic quality of an experience is the amount of concentration involved in the experience. I will discuss the nature of the concentration I refer to later in this paper.

Exposing and expanding our restricted cultural and intellectual presuppositions of what constitutes aesthetic experience, the book aims to re-explore and affirm the place of aesthetic experience--in its evaluative, phenomenological and transformational sense--not only in relation to art and artists but to our inner and spiritual Edition: 1st Edition.

aesthetic experience is a psychological process in which the attention is focused on the object while all other objects, events, and everyday concerns are suppressed. The Phenomenology of Aesthetic Experience (Fr. Phénoménologie de l'expérience esthétique) was first published in In the first of four parts, Dufrenne distinguishes the "aesthetic object" from the "work of art." In the second, he elucidates /5(17).

"The Aesthetic Experience' is at once a personal and subjective book and a scholarly, well-documented anthropological study. Maquet's questions are vital to anyone interested in the creative process, and they are answered here thoughtfully, imaginatively and persuasively."—Linda Simon, Worcester Sunday Telegram.

The greatest book written by an American in the 20th Century. It's not just about aesthetics. He claims, in an even harder book to read, (I know, I know, but its worth the effort) Experience and Nature, that experience itself exhibits aesthetic characteristics (rhythm, flow, spatial and temporal relationships) and only when we understand this will we understand the nature of /5.

This book examines the role of aesthetic experience in learning science and in science education from the perspective of knowledge as action and language use.

The theoretical underpinnings are based on the writings of John Dewey and Ludwig by: Aesthetic experience: from analysis to Eros \/ Richard Shusterman -- 6. On the scope of aesthetic experience \/ Martin Seel -- 7. Refined emotion in aesthetic experience: a cross-cultural comparison \/ Kathleen Higgins -- 8.

Taste, food and the limits of pleasure \/ Carolyn Korsmeyer -- pt. III. Aesthetic experience, artists, and philosophies. The Phenomenology of Aesthetic Experience (Fr. Phénoménologie de l'expérience esthétique) was first published in In the first of four parts, Dufrenne distinguishes the "aesthetic object" from the "work of art." In the second, he elucidates types of works of art, especially music and painting.

He devotes his third section to aesthetic perception.4/5(3). An aesthetic experience is one in which your senses are operating at their peak. When you are present in the current moment. When you are resonating with the excitement of this thing that you are experiencing. When you are fully alive. An an-aesthetic is when you shut your senses off, and deaden yourself to what is happening.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lechner, Robert. Aesthetic experience. Chicago, H. Regnery Co., (OCoLC) Document Type: Book.

Reflections on the Aesthetic is not an exercise in "applied" psychoanalysis; psychoanalysis and art are considered by the author in their own terms, allowing a new understanding of the aesthetic to emerge. Kohon’s book makes compelling reading for psychoanalysts, psychotherapists, art therapists, literary and art critics, academics, students Cited by: 2.Aesthetic Experience (Routledge Studies in Contemporary Philosophy Book 10) eBook: Richard Shusterman, Adele Tomlin: : Kindle Store4/5(1).