Art and phenomenology
Reëxamining "the old conflict" between art and philosophy, this paper will try to elucidate and to qualify the resemblances as well as the differences between these two rivals. I want to proceed in the way of the closest possible adherence to the pregnant form which philosophy received in Edmund Husserl's phenomenology, though not quite in the span of the frame filled out by the master himself.
Kaufmann, F. (1966)., Art and phenomenology, in M. Natanson (ed.), Essays in phenomenology, Den Haag, Nijhoff, pp. 144-156.
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