Phenomenology and the Arts: Logos and Aisthesis
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AbstractThis volume examines the great varieties of artistic experience from first hand phenomenological descriptions. It features detailed and concrete analyses which provides readers with in-depth insights into each specific domain of artistic experience. Coverage includes phenomenological elucidation of the aesthetic attitude, the power of imagination, and the logic of sensibility. The essays also detail concrete phenomenological analyses of aesthetic experiences in poetry, painting, photography, drama, architecture, and urban aesthetics.

The book contains essays from "Logos and Aisthesis: Phenomenology and the Arts," an international conference held at the Chinese University of Hong Kong. It brings together a team of top scholars from both the East and the West and offers readers a global perspective on this interesting topic. These innovative, yet accessible, essays, will benefit students and researchers in philosophy, aesthetics, the arts, and the humanities. They will also be of interest to specialists in phenomenology.
All Editor(s) ListKwok-ying Lau, Thomas Nenon
Series TitleContributions to Phenomenology
Volume Number109
Place of PublicationDordrecht
Pages1 - 223
LanguagesEnglish-United States
Keywordsphenomenology, the arts, artistic experience, aesthetics, logic of sensibility, poetry, painting, theatre, architecture, urban aesthetics, photographic art

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