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Page numbers in italics refer to images. a-art (artificial art), 11–12 Abbott, H. Porter, on scientific discourse , 21 abstract art: development of perspectives on, 34; psychological basis for, 34 Adams, J., on scientific discourse, 21 Addison, Joseph, 120; Cato, 158; The Spectator, 120 Adorno, Theodor: Dream Notes, 111; on musical dreams, 111 Aeneid, 172 aesthetics: German, and French art, 29–33; German, and Freudian thinking, 36–38; outline of, 14–18; words vs. music, problems in, 118. See also humanism; neuroscience; science amusias, 18, 32, 116 amygdala, 13, 139, 144, 151, 172 Andrews, D., The Major Film Theories , 15 Annoni, Jean-Marie, on stroke’s effect on art, 40 anosognosia, 83–84 Antonello da Messina, Christ Crowned with Thorns, 167 Apfelbach, Hans, on dreams, 64 aphasia, xi, 32, 60, 70, 72, 75; and dream language, 61–63, 81–84; global, 121, 125, 128; and music, 125–126; and neologisms, 82; and schizophrenia, 70 Aristotle, 100, 170, 173; on representation , 56 Arkin, Arthur M., 118; detachment of dream language from content, 67–68, 69 Arnheim, Rudolf, 40; disciple of Lipps, 38 Arnoult, Léon, Traité d’esthétique visuelle transcendentale [Treatise on Transcendental Visual Aesthetics ], 31 Arréat, L., and Traité d’esthétique visuelle transcendentale, review of, 31 art, visual: approaches to, compared, 136–143; purpose of the arts, 164– 167. See also a-art; abstract art; bioart; “essential” art; French art; Greek art; mechanical art; op art; representational art artifice, exposure of, 157 artificial art. See a-art Ashbery, John, “No Way of Knowing ,” 65 Asperger’s syndrome, x, 92, 93 Augustine, Saint, on music and language, 120 Bach, Johann Sebastian: “Agnus Dei,” 165, 167; “Komm’, süsser Tod,” 13; “Toccata in F Major,” 104 Baddeley, A. D., on memory, 86 Index Massey Book1.indb 213 Massey Book1.indb 213 9/9/09 2:51:36 PM 9/9/09 2:51:36 PM 214 Index Badiou, Alain, on representation, 57 Bar, Moshe, xii, 44, 90; and contours, 138, 139, 142 Barrett, Deirdre, on musical dream, 110–111, 114–115 Baudelaire, Charles, 86; “Correspondances ,” 37; Les Fleurs du Mal, 148; and hashish, 12–13 Beautiful Mind, A (movie), and schizophrenia, representation of, 92 beauty: in aesthetics, 14; and contours , 142–143; and geometric form, 31; neurological response to (“beauty response”), x, 3–5 Beckmann, Max, and closed forms, 141 Beethoven, Ludwig von, 6, 129, 165; “Ode to Joy,” 121, 130; “Tobias” canon, 110 Benjamin, Walter, 123, 149 Bennett, M. R., 170 Benoit, Émile, “Émile’s Dream,” 111 Bentall, Richard, Madness Explained , 70 Benton, Arthur L., on music perception , 116 Benzon, William, on oxytocin, 97 Bergson, Henri: and critique of Fechner, 32–33; Essai sur les donn ées immédiates de la conscience [An Essay on the Immediate Data of Consciousness], 32–33. See also Bergsonian philosophy Bergsonian philosophy, 25 Berkeley, George, on reality and perception , 24 Bersani, Leo, on imitation, 183 Besson, M., on Jeffries, 127 Beuys, Joseph, 15 Bickle, John, on memory in personal narrative, 87 bioart, 14 Bishop, Elizabeth: “Man-Moth,” 94; “One Art,” 168 Blake, William, 87 Blanc, Charles, on geometric forms, 30 Blood, Anne, on music and emotion , 129 Blum, David, on dream music, 109–110 Borges, Jorge Luis, 87; “The Circular Ruins,” 181 Boullée, Étienne Louis, 31 Brahms, Johannes, 106 Brain Music Therapy program, 125 Braun, Allen R.: on neurology of jazz improvisation, 3; on right hemisphere , words, and melody, 127 Breton, André, 67; Manifeste du Surr éalisme, 67 Broca’s area, 67–68, 127 Brodmann areas, 151 Broks, Paul, and neurological case study, 93 Brown, Jason W., 123; on dream language , 69; on stroke’s effect on art, 40 Brown, Steven: and dance and neuroscience , 7; on musical dream, 111–112, 114 Bruch, Max, on musical dream, 111 Bruckner, Anton, on musical dream, 106 Bunyan, John, Pilgrim’s Progress, 158 Byrne, Ruth, 178 Byron, Robert, 149 Cadalbert, Andrea, “Singing With and Without Words,” 127 Calame, G., on contours, xi, 138–139, 140, 141 Calder, Alexander, and motion and color, 6, 40 Carey, John, 164; What Good Are the Arts?, 43; and Zeki, argument against, 43 Carroll, Lewis, Alice books, 79 Massey Book1.indb 214 Massey Book1.indb 214 9/9/09 2:51:36 PM 9/9/09 2:51:36 PM 215 Index Cartesian dualism. See dualism, Cartesian case study, neurological, as literary genre, 92–93 Cassatt, Mary: Child in a Straw Hat, 49, 52; Children Playing on the Beach, 49, 51; Young Mother, 49, 50 Cassirer, Ernst, and...


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