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by John V. Price

Author: John V. Price
Subcategory: Philosophy
Language: English
Publisher: Thoemmes Continuum; Facsimile edition edition (January 10, 1999)
Pages: 3364 pages
Category: Politics
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Aesthetics, established as an independent philosophical discipline in the eighteenth century, is often overlooked in the nineteenth century until such later writers as Bosanquet, Santayana, Collingwood and Wittgenstein helped bring it back into the philosophical mainstream.

What John Funchion has provided with Novel Nostalgias is a total re-imagining of the nineteenth century and a very welcome and persuasive attempt to historicize the affects that have shaped nostalgia and to thus get at the extraordinary way that affects themselves have worked t. .

What John Funchion has provided with Novel Nostalgias is a total re-imagining of the nineteenth century and a very welcome and persuasive attempt to historicize the affects that have shaped nostalgia and to thus get at the extraordinary way that affects themselves have worked to make other histories and futures possible in a given period. The scholarship is-in a word-incredible. Stephanie Foote, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign. John Funchion is Assistant Professor of English and American Studies at the University of Miami.

Johnson argues that nineteenth-century rhetoric was primarily synthetic, derived from the combination of classical elements and eighteenth-century belletristic and epistemological approaches to theory and practice. She reveals that nineteenth-century rhetoric supported several rhetorical arts.

Writings about art and creativity can be traced to the texts of classical antiquity, but aesthetics as a separate and systematic area of philosophy is almost wholly a product of the eighteenth century.

A&C Black, 1 Nis 1998 - 2822 sayfa. Writings about art and creativity can be traced to the texts of classical antiquity, but aesthetics as a separate and systematic area of philosophy is almost wholly a product of the eighteenth century. It was at that time that philosophers began to treat notions about creativity and our responses to it with the kind of philosophical rigour found in epistemology and metaphysics.

At the beginning of the nineteenth century, very few sailing vessels of 300 tons were produced in American .

At the beginning of the nineteenth century, very few sailing vessels of 300 tons were produced in American shipyards. The first American-made steam engines before 1810 included some that were large for the time, around 100 horsepower. Statistics of Wages in Manufacturing Industries with Supplementary Reports on the Average Retail Prices of the Necessaries of Life and on Trades Societies and Strikes and Lockouts, by Joseph D. Weeks.

This book tracks the myriad ways in which Donne was lodged in literary culture during the Romantic and Victorian periods.

Home Browse Books Book details, The Social Lives of Poems in.

Home Browse Books Book details, The Social Lives of Poems in Nineteenth-Century. The Social Lives of Poems in Nineteenth-Century America. Poetry occupied a complex position in the social life of nineteenth-century America. Examining well-known works by John Greenleaf Whittier and Walt Whitman as well as popular ballads, minstrel songs, and spirituals, Cohen shows how discourses on poetry served as sites for debates over history, literary culture, citizenship, and racial identity. Over 14 million journal, magazine, and newspaper articles.

The Foundations of the Nineteenth Century (Die Grundlagen des neunzehnten Jahrhunderts, 1899) is a book by British-born Germanophile Houston Stewart Chamberlain. In the book, Chamberlain advances various racialist and especially völkisch antisemitic theories on how he saw the Aryan race as superior to others, and the Teutonic peoples as a positive force in European civilization and the Jews as a negative one. The book was his best-selling work.

In Nineteenth-Century American Literature and the Long Civil War, Cody Marrs .

In Nineteenth-Century American Literature and the Long Civil War, Cody Marrs argues that the war is a far more elastic boundary for literary history than has frequently been assumed. Описание: John D. Kerkering's study examines the literary history of racial and national identity in nineteenth-century America. Kerkering argues that writers such as DuBois, Lanier, Simms, and Scott used poetic effects to assert the distinctiveness of certain groups in a diffuse social landscape. Название: Culinary aesthetics and practices in nineteenth-century american literature ISBN: 0230616283 ISBN-13(EAN): 9780230616288 Издательство: Springer Рейтинг

Nineteenth-century American poetry, far from being the self-reflective art object of twentieth-century .

Nineteenth-century American poetry, far from being the self-reflective art object of twentieth-century aesthetic theory, offered a rhetorical arena in which civic, economic, and religious trends intersected with each other in mutual definition and investigation. With a deft hand, Shira Wolosky demonstrates the ways in which poetry was a core impulse in the formation of American identity and cultural definition.

Aesthetics, established as an independent philosophical discipline in the eighteenth century, is often overlooked in the nineteenth century until such later writers as Bosanquet, Santayana, Collingwood and Wittgenstein helped bring it back into the philosophical mainstream. However, these scarce and important texts will help re-open the doors for fresh discussion, debate and understanding of this neglected period. The nineteenth century saw a tremendous upsurge in periodical and literary publishing, the rise and influence of Romanticism, the invention of photography, the beginnings of mass tourism and its consequential enthusiasms for domestic and foreign landscape, painting, architecture, music and the plastic arts. All these developments had a profound effect on aesthetic thinking. These eight key texts demonstrate the fertility of aesthetic thought that occurred in these times and help bridge the gap in aesthetic understanding between Burke's Philosophical Enquiry into the Origin of our Ideas of the Sublime and the Beautiful (1757) and the modern period. The collection features famous and lesser-known works of the time, but all of them difficult to find, even in major libraries. Covering themes of beauty, imagination, pleasure, sublimity, taste and feeling, the set helps illustrate and contextualize the evolution of modern literary, musical and artistic criticism. Important authors such as Eneas Sweetland Dallas, Richard Payne Knight and Edmund Gurney can be found here, helping present a full overview of Anglo-American aesthetics in the nineteenth century. The set will be valuable to any study of philosophy, art, music, and literary theory in the nineteenth century and complements the eight-volume collection already available, Aesthetics: Sources in the Eighteenth Century. —collects the most important and least accessible Anglo-American 19th-century aesthetics texts —includes very scarce works, rarely found together in the same library —less well-known but important authors