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absolute, 296, 322 knowing, knowledge, 297, 326, 336 spirit, xiv, 178, 271, 280 abstraction, abstractness, xxv, 21, 61–62, 64, 68, 82, 123, 244–46, 249, 259, 262–63 abstractionism, 220 acropolis, 44 Adorno, Theodor W., xi–xii, xxv, 142, 184, 187, 197–98, 209, 212, 216, 218, 233– 37, 240, 242–43, 264–65, 288, 290 Aesthetic Theory, xi, 216, 288 Aegina, 87 Aeschylus, xii, 174, 327 The Eumenides, 160–61, 164, 170–71, 182 The Libation Bearers, 150 Oresteia, 156, 161, 170 Prometheus Bound, 327 Seven Against Thebes, 147, 160, 171 aesthetic experience, 321–22, 325 ideal, 147, 149, 163, 168 individuality, 168 intuition, 333 judgment, 7, 296 taste, 190 aesthetics, xxiii Agamemnon, 161 agency, agents, 4–5, 7–9, 12 sociality of, 7 aloofness, 27, 74–75 American “Western,” 20 Ando, Tadao, 49–50 animals, 4–5, 11, 24, 68 Annales school, 192 Antigone, 16–17, 149–56, 158–60, 162, 164, 172, 316 antinomies, 320 Anzio Girl, 85 Index 337 Aphrodite, 65, 67, 75 Aphrodite (from Parthenon), 67 Cnidian Aphrodite, 70, 75, 83, 86 See also Venus de’ Medici Apollo, 66, 72, 75, 160, 170 Apollo Belvedere, 69, 76, 83 Apollo Sauroktonos, 70, 83 Tiber Apollo, 58, 69 arabesques, 60, 121, 143, 324 Arab poetry, xxiii arbitrariness, 228–29, 231, 234, 242–43 arbitrary will (Willkür), 6 arch, 45 archaic smile, 73 Archilochus, 336 architecture, xvii, xxiv, 29–31, 37–38, 43– 44, 51, 59, 68, 72, 96–97, 120, 129, 170, 194 Baroque, 45 beginning of, 33, 35 classical, 31, 33–37, 39, 43, 46, 52, 60 contemporary, 46, 186 Corinthian, 37 Doric, 37 French, 45 Gothic, 60 Ionic, 37 non-Western, 45 Renaissance, 45 Roman, 45 romantic, 31, 36, 38–42, 44, 46, 50 symbolic, xxiv, 31–36, 38–39, 43–44, 46, 52, 54, 79–80, 82, 89 architrave, 37, 53 Aristophanes, 331, 336 Aristotle, 15, 119, 122, 146, 156–59, 174, 303 Arkas, 176 art(s), xvi, 4, 8–9, 11, 21, 29, 37, 43, 56, 59, 95–96, 146, 184, 191, 201, 233, 236, 250, 271, 273–74, 296, 325 abstract, xxv autonomy of, xxi, 272 conceptual, 26 division of, 98, 102 end of, xi, xxii, xxv, 4, 20, 22, 50, 179, 181, 189, 196, 216, 219, 223, 246, 255, 272, 282, 288 enigmaticalness, opacity of, 219, 237– 38, 243 forms of, stages of (Kunstformen), 30– 31, 98, 102–3 function, purpose of, xvi, xxiii–xxiv, 56–57 future of, xxii, xxv, 79, 185–86, 196–97, 206, 212 highest vocation of, xx individual, 102–3 Japanese, 102 need for, 224, 226, 246 not imitation of nature, 60, 95–96 pastness of, 102, 183, 186, 191, 203–4, 245 postclassical, 180, 197 representational, 249, 254, 259 See also Egypt: art; Greek: art; modern: art Artemis, 60, 176 Artemis of Gabii, 70, 83–84 See also Diana art history, 186, 190 artwork(s), xv, 93–94, 195, 201, 221, 237 animation of, 217, 232 artworld, 199 Aspasia, 73 Athena, 65–66, 161, 164, 176 Athena Velletri, 58, 69, 83 autonomy of art and the aesthetic, xxi, 272–73, 300 Babbitt, Milton, 140 Bacchus, 70, 75, 85, 182 See also Dionysus Bach, Johann Sebastian, xiii, 137 St. Matthew Passion, xiii, 137 Bacon, Helen H., 171 bars in music, 136 Bartok, Bela, 141–42 Baudelaire, Charles, 225, 256, 290 Baumgarten, Alexander, xi Aesthetica, xi Beardsworth, Sarah, 241 beauty, xv–xvi, xix, xxiii–xxiv, xxvii, 9, 11, 14, 35–36, 38, 57, 98–100, 112, 179, 217, 257, 264, 273, 323–25 classical, 17, 37–38, 58 ideal, 56, 58, 69–71, 74–75, 77–78 of inwardness, xx musical, 121 natural, 11, 112, 217, 235–37, 251, 254 sculptural, 57–58, 61, 68, 70 secular, xxi sensuous, 57, 66 Beckett, Samuel, 198 Play, 242 Beethoven, Ludwig van, 124, 137–39, 145, 179, 243 being, xiii being-for-self, 4 Belting, Hans, 185–86, 201 Benjamin, Walter, 225, 263–64 Berlioz, Hector, 141 Bernini, Gian Lorenzo, 67, 85 St. Teresa and an Angel with a Lance, 58 Bernstein, J. M., xxv, 267 Besançon, Alain, 253 Biedermeier, 189, 196 Blanchot, Maurice, 327, 332 blindness of sculpture, 64, 84–85 of tragic hero, 158 Blond Boy, 73 body, xvii, xix, 58, 60, 107 Bois, Yves-Alain, xxv, 216, 218, 226–30, 233, 240–41, 243 Boisserée collection, 107 Bowie, Andrew, 288 Boyle, Nicholas, 165, 176 Bradley, A. C., 171 Brancusi, Constantin, 78, 80 Adam and Eve, 81, 89 Endless Column, 81 Brandom, Robert, 10...

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9780810165984
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9780810123618
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608379110
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424
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2012-01-01
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English
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