2 edition of unitary model of intense aesthetic experiences in art and science found in the catalog.
unitary model of intense aesthetic experiences in art and science
Melvin Leonard Alexenberg
in [New York]
Written in English
|Other titles||Aesthetic experiences in art and science|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||viii, 201 p.|
|Number of Pages||201|
Aesthetics, or esthetics (/ ɛ s ˈ θ ɛ t ɪ k s, iː s-, æ s-/), is a branch of philosophy that deals with the nature of beauty and taste, as well as the philosophy of art (its own area of philosophy that comes out of aesthetics). It examines subjective and sensori-emotional values, or sometimes called judgments of sentiment and taste.. Aesthetics covers both natural and artificial sources. This book examines the role of aesthetic experience in learning science and in science education from the perspective of knowledge as action and language use. The theoretical underpinnings are based on the writings of John Dewey and Ludwig Wittgenstein. In their spirit aesthetics is examined as it appears in the lives of people and how it relates to the activities in which they are involved.
CATHERINE CHEVALLEY / Physics as an Art: The German Tradition and the Symbolic Turn in Philosophy, History of Art and Natural Science in the s ALICIA CRAIG FAXON / Intersections of Art and Science to Create Aesthetic Perception: The Problem of Postmodernism HILDE HEIN / The Art of Displaying Science: Museum Exhibitions ALFRED i. 6 This is discussed in David Fenner, Art in Context (Athens, OH: Ohio University Press, ). 7 Peter Kivy, ―Science and Aesthetic Appreciation,‖ Midwest Studies in Philosophy 16 (), pp. On pp. and , Kivy writes that ―the beauty of a scientificAuthor: David E.W. Fenner.
Aesthetic Theory is like an endless search for what exactly art is. Why do people bother making music, writing, painting. What is art trying to accomplish, why is it there at all. Art is the elusive main character that nearly four hundred pages of dense theory attempts to grasp/5. The book under review does not shake this tendency but it does succeed in bringing together a number of approaches to different artistic phenomena with relatively good coverage at a reasonable price. It seems ideal for a textbook. The book aims for comprehensiveness so it begins with a historical introduction and treats different areas of the arts.
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In this book, philosophers, psychologists, and neuroscientists were asked to address the nature of aesthetic experiences from their own discipline's perspective.
In particular, we asked these scholars to consider whether a multidisciplinary approach, an aesthetic science, could /5(3). AESTHETIC EXPERIENCE. An aesthetic experience arises in response to works of art or other aesthetic objects.
Although the term aesthetic itself was not introduced until the eighteenth century, it is clear that what are identified in contemporary discussions as "aesthetic experiences" were "felt" by individuals long before this: for example, when Plato worried about excessively emotional.
An aesthetic experience is one in which your senses are operating at their peak. When you are present in the current moment.
When you are resonating with the excitement of this thing that you are experiencing. When you are fully alive. An an-aesthetic is when you shut your senses off. For many science lovers, the aesthetic value of DNA lies in the modernist design maxim "form follows function," but in his review "Aesthetics in Synthesis and Author: Christina Agapakis.
Art has a way of capturing the unfathomable, of translating emotions beyond the capabilities of science and theory. But art can do more than explain our feelings; it can help explain our minds. Aesthetics, the study of personal taste, has always been a subject of philosophical debate.
A theoretically informed investigation that relates the philosophies of aesthetics and imagination to understanding design practice. In The Aesthetics of Imagination in Design, Mads Folkmann investigates design in both material and immaterial terms.
Design objects, Folkmann argues, will always be dual phenomena—material and immaterial, sensual and conceptual, actual and possible. Aesthetic Theory (German: Ästhetische Theorie) is a book by the German philosopher Theodor Adorno, which was culled from drafts written between and and ultimately published posthumously in Although anchored by the philosophical study of art, the book is interdisciplinary and incorporates elements of political philosophy, sociology, metaphysics and other philosophical pursuits Author: Theodor W.
Adorno. Aesthetic Science Connecting Minds, Brains, and Experience Edited by Arthur P. Shimamura and Stephen E. Palmer. Offers an introduction to the way art is perceived, interpreted, and felt; A ground breaking volume that connects mind, brain, and aesthetics. Future art, science and technology can begin to search for ways of harmonizing these areas of human endeavor.
Keywords: use value, aesthetic value, goal-oriented, technical device, visual imagery. In this area, Bosanquet had been influenced by William Morris (–96) and John Ruskin (–), as well as the German philosopher Hegel (–), and their ideas underlie this book. experience of art and aesthetics, and their evolutionary origin.
Finally, in the Section ‘Looking forward into the future: the next 10 years’, we look ahead and reﬂect on the possibilities for empirical aesthetics during the next 10 years.
Contributions of Leder et al.’s () model of aesthetic experiencesFile Size: KB. In the second section, a neuropsychological model for understanding the continuum of religious and mystical experiences is presented. Finally, the third section suggests how a theology based on neurology (neurotheology) can serve as both a meta-theology (i.e.
a basis of understanding the entire range of world religions and theologies) and a Cited by: The book does not deal with superficial juxtapositions of contemporary sculpture with molecular models and of non-figurative or abstract paintings with photographs taken through the electron microscope in order to demonstrate a certain closeness of contemporary visual art and the products of contemporary science or parallels between certain Author: Gerhard Charles Rump.
Teaching and Learning Science for Transformative, Aesthetic Experience Mark Girod • Todd Twyman • Steve Wojcikiewicz Springer Science+Business Media, B.V.
Abstract Drawing from the Deweyan theory of experience (, ), the goal of teaching and learning for transformative, aesthetic experience is contrasted against.
They would reject the whole idea of a universal aesthetic standard and would say instead: "This is art because I say it is.". The consequence of this for the Conceptualist is that the artwork (or concept) is of it's own kind and none other so it cannot be judged by any.
The role of aesthetic experiences for learning was examined in elementary school science. Numerous authors have argued for a science education also involving aesthetic experiences, but few have examined what this means empirically.
Recordings of children’s talk with each other and with the teacher during hands-on activities in nine different science units were by: AESTHETIC EXPERIENCE, THE ARTS, & THE LOCAL CHURCH By Paul R. Shockley - Evangelical Theological Society- San Francisco, CA: 11 November I. THE NATURE OF AESTHETIC EXPERIENCES: A.
The Pursuit of Nourishing Aesthetic Experiences in Everyday living: In philosophical aesthetics one of the central issues explored is the nature ofFile Size: KB. Theodor W. Adorno () was the leading figure of the Frankfurt school of critical theory.
He authored more than twenty volumes, including Negative Dialectics (), Philosophy of Modern Music (), Kierkegaard (Minnesota, ), and (with Max Horkheimer) Dialectic of Enlightenment (). Robert Hullot-Kentor has taught at Harvard and Stanford universities and written widely on Adorno.
Art, Society, Aesthetics 1 Art's Self-Evidence Lost I-Against the Question of Origin 2-Truth Content and the Life of Works n the Relation of Art and Society 4-Critique of the Psychoanalytic Theory of Art 8-The Art Theories of Kant and Freud 9- "The Pleasure of Art" Aesthetic Hedonism and the Happiness of Knowledge 14 Situation This is the first book to put Aesthetic Theory into context and outline the main ideas and relevant debates, offering readers a valuable guide through this huge, difficult, but revelatory work.
Theodor Adorno's Aesthetic Theory is a vast labyrinth that anyone interested in modern aesthetic theory must at some time enter. Because of his immense difficulty of the same order as Derrida - Adorno's. (English) Doctoral thesis, comprehensive summary (Other academic) Abstract [en] This thesis considers the role of aesthetic meaning-making in elementary school science learning.
Children’s aesthetic experiences are traced through their use of aesthetic judgements, spontaneous metaphors and .Philosophical aesthetics has not only to speak about art and to produce judgments about art works, but has also to give a definition of what art is.
Art is an autonomous entity for philosophy, because art deals with the senses (i. e. the etymology of aesthetics) and art is as such free of any moral or political purpose.
Intuition has held an allure for managers and management scholars ever since the conception of “administrative science” in the s, most notably in Chester Barnard’s The Functions of the Executive ().
The topic of intuition in decision-making gained increased traction and impetus through the latter half of the 20th century once researchers realized and acknowledged that rational Author: Eugene Sadler-Smith.