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Introduction

Christopher Yates

Christopher Yates is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Grove City College, USA. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Poetic Imagination in Heidegger and Schelling

Bloomsbury Academic, 2013

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...In 1920, Martin Heidegger (1889–1976) begins a lecture course on The Phenomenology of the Religious Life by announcing that philosophical concepts are “vacillating, vague, manifold, and fluctuating.” He then declares that it, in fact...

The Life of Art

R.G. Collingwood

Robin George Collingwood FBA was an English philosopher, historian and archaeologist. He is best known for his philosophical works, including The Principles of Art and the posthumously published The Idea of History. Collingwood was born 22 February 1889 in Cartmel, Grange-over-Sands, then in Lancashire, the son of the artist and archaeologist W. G. Collingwood, who had acted as John Ruskin’s private secretary in the final years of Ruskin’s life. Collingwood’s mother was also an artist and a talented pianist. He was educated at Rugby School and University College, Oxford, where he gained a First in Classical Moderations (Greek and Latin) in 1910 and a congratulatory First in Greats (Ancient History and Philosophy) in 1912. Prior to graduation he was elected a fellow of Pembroke College, Oxford. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Outlines of a Philosophy of Art

Thoemmes Press, 1994

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...The Work of Art and the Life of Art The creation of works of art is not the ultimate aim or crowning phase of the aesthetic life. It is a necessary phase of that life, and a phase which is never transcended, but one whose position...

The Novel and the Aesthetic Illusion

The Aesthetic Illusion in Literature and the Arts

Bloomsbury Academic, 2017

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...In accordance with contemporary literary theory, I understand aesthetic illusion as an effect possibly concomitant to such communication that has as its object an artistic artefact of representational character (cf. Wolf 2011...

Logic: Spontaneity and the Problem of Knowledge

Marco Sgarbi

Marco Sgarbi is Adjunct Professor in Philosophy at the University of Verona, Italy. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Kant on Spontaneity

Bloomsbury Academic, 2014

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...The Spontaneity of the Mind in Kant’s Transcendental Logic In The Difference of Fichte’s and Schelling’s System of Philosophy, when dealing with the problem of transcendental deduction in Kant and Fichte, Georg F. W. Hegel writes...

Art and the Life of the Spirit

R.G. Collingwood

Robin George Collingwood FBA was an English philosopher, historian and archaeologist. He is best known for his philosophical works, including The Principles of Art and the posthumously published The Idea of History. Collingwood was born 22 February 1889 in Cartmel, Grange-over-Sands, then in Lancashire, the son of the artist and archaeologist W. G. Collingwood, who had acted as John Ruskin’s private secretary in the final years of Ruskin’s life. Collingwood’s mother was also an artist and a talented pianist. He was educated at Rugby School and University College, Oxford, where he gained a First in Classical Moderations (Greek and Latin) in 1910 and a congratulatory First in Greats (Ancient History and Philosophy) in 1912. Prior to graduation he was elected a fellow of Pembroke College, Oxford. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Outlines of a Philosophy of Art

Thoemmes Press, 1994

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...The Life of the Spirit: Art and Religion The life of the spirit is an indivisible whole within which are necessary and permanent distinctions: permanent in the sense that the spirit in its own activity perpetually reaffirms them...

The Forms of Beauty

R.G. Collingwood

Robin George Collingwood FBA was an English philosopher, historian and archaeologist. He is best known for his philosophical works, including The Principles of Art and the posthumously published The Idea of History. Collingwood was born 22 February 1889 in Cartmel, Grange-over-Sands, then in Lancashire, the son of the artist and archaeologist W. G. Collingwood, who had acted as John Ruskin’s private secretary in the final years of Ruskin’s life. Collingwood’s mother was also an artist and a talented pianist. He was educated at Rugby School and University College, Oxford, where he gained a First in Classical Moderations (Greek and Latin) in 1910 and a congratulatory First in Greats (Ancient History and Philosophy) in 1912. Prior to graduation he was elected a fellow of Pembroke College, Oxford. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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Outlines of a Philosophy of Art

Thoemmes Press, 1994

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...The Forms of Beauty The term beauty has hitherto been used in a general sense as a name for that quality of an object in virtue of which it satisfies the claims of the aesthetic spirit. But though this use of the word is legitimate...

Fantastic Desires I: Dependent Beauty

The Aesthetic in Kant : A Critique

Continuum, 2004

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...In Chapter 4 it was suggested that though we cannot expect every aesthetic idea to have the same content – since we distinguish between different kinds of dependent beauty – we might nevertheless expect the aesthetic idea always to take...

Freedom and the Narrative Image

Douglas Hedley

Douglas Hedley is Reader in Hermeneutics and Metaphysics and Fellow of Clare College, University of Cambridge, UK. A past President of the European Society for the Philosophy of Religion, he is the author of Coleridge, Philosophy and Religion (2000), Sacrifice Imagined (2011) and Living Forms of the Imagination (2008). Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Iconic Imagination

Bloomsbury Academic, 2016

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...Assem para et accipe auream fabulamPliny, letter to Calvisius Epistles book II, 20: ‘Prepare a penny and get a golden tale’.Pliny, letter to Calvisius Epistles book II, 20: ‘Prepare a penny and get a golden tale’.‘Qu’est-ce que la vertu...

Heidegger on Schelling’s Impulse and Poetizing Impasse

Christopher Yates

Christopher Yates is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Grove City College, USA. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Poetic Imagination in Heidegger and Schelling

Bloomsbury Academic, 2013

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...In this chapter, we resume our study of Heidegger by tracking a pronounced tension crystallized in his encounter with Schelling—the tension between a poietic, asystic, and fugal impulse arising at the very limit of metaphysics...

Conclusion

Christopher Yates

Christopher Yates is Assistant Professor of Philosophy at Grove City College, USA. Author affiliation details are correct at time of print publication.

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The Poetic Imagination in Heidegger and Schelling

Bloomsbury Academic, 2013

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...It is a precarious thing to conclude a project in which the thinkers examined have taught us to hesitate before presumptions of philosophical conclusiveness. We began this project, after all, by recalling Heidegger’s early observation...