Art as Human Practice

An Aesthetics

; Nathan Ross (Oversetter)

Art as Human Practice

How is art both distinct and different from the rest of human life, while also mattering in and for it? This central yet overlooked question in contemporary philosophy of art is at the heart of Georg W. Les mer
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Art as Human Practice

How is art both distinct and different from the rest of human life, while also mattering in and for it? This central yet overlooked question in contemporary philosophy of art is at the heart of Georg W. Bertram's new aesthetic. Drawing on the resources of diverse philosophical traditions - analytic philosophy, French philosophy, and German post-Kantian philosophy - his book offers a systematic account of art as a human practice. One that remains connected to the whole of life.

Introduction
Chapter 1: A Critique of the Autonomy Paradigm
Chapter 2: From Kant to Hegel and Beyond
Chapter 3: Autonomy as Self-Referential Constitution: Art as Practical Reflection
Chapter 4: Art as Practice of Freedom
Bibliography
Index

The first English translation of a new aesthetic theory and introduction to contemporary aesthetics by one of Germany's up and coming philosophers of art and human experience.

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