141705

Lexington Books, Lanham

2016

360 pages

ISBN 9781498506502

Phenomenology and the arts

Edited by

Licia Carlson, Peter Costello

Phenomenology and the Arts develops the interplay between phenomenology as a historical movement and a descriptive method within Continental philosophy and the arts. Divided into five themes, the book explores first how the phenomenological method itself is a kind of artistic endeavor that mirrors what it approaches when it turns to describe paintings, dramas, literature, and music. From there, the book turns to an analysis and commentary on specific works of art within the visual arts, literature, music, andsculpture. Contributors analyze important historical figures in phenomenology—Kant, Hegel, Husserl, Heidegger, and Merleau-Ponty. But there is also a good deal of work on art itself—Warhol, Klee, jazz, and contemporary and renaissance artists and artworks.

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Carlson, L. , Costello, P. (eds) (2016). Phenomenology and the arts, Lexington Books, Lanham.

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