Art in Progress: A Philosophical Response to the End of the Avant-Garde

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Index of Names
Abrams, M.H. 47, 153n
Adler, G. 52
Adorno, Theodor W. 10, 62, 70, 140, 147n, 150n, 154n-155n
Aesop 33
Alexander the Great 21, 32
Altdorfer, Albrecht 21
Ammann, Jean-Christophe 125, 161n
André, Carl 121
Andriessen, Hans 70, 156n
Antigone 132
Archipenko, Alexander 82
Arendt, Hannah 10, 160n
Aristotle 29, 31, 133, 150n
Arnason, H. 112, 160n
Arp, Hans 110, 158n
Auden, W.H. 68, 133
Augustine (Saint) 17, 148n
Augustus 32, 151n
Bach, Carl Philipp Emanuel 116
Bach, Johann Sebastian 61-62, 72, 127, 132, 140, 155n
Bacon, Francis (1561-1626) 22, 34
Bacon, Francis (1909-1992) 119
Baer, K.E. von 50
Baker, Chet 141
Baljeu, Joost 113, 157n
Barthes, Roland 154n
Baudelaire, Charles 43, 54-55
Beethoven, Ludwig van 123, 127
Belting, Hans 78, 118, 157n, 160-162n
Benevole, Leonardo 110, 160n
Benjamin, Walter 120, 140, 160n, 163n
Bentley, R. 33
Bergson, Henri 53
Berlage, H.P. 83, 90
Blaas, P.B.M. 30, 150n
Blavatsky, Helena 95
Boccaccio, Giovanni 43
Bodin, Jean 16, 18, 22
Boileau, Nicolas 33, 36, 150n-151n
Boisrobert, F. de 31
Bolland, G.J.P.J. 84,89, 95, 157-158n
Bonset, I.K. (pseudonym Theo van Doesburg) 86
Boulez, Pierre 119
Bourdieu, Pierre 79, 157n
Braque, Georges 99-100, 102, 112
Brecht, Bertolt 141
Brodsky, Joseph 133
Brown, John 40
Bruner, J.S. 67
Brunetière, Ferdinand 51
Brunner, O. 21, 149n
Buñuel, Luis 140
Bunyan, John 149n
Burckhardt, Jacob 53, 128
Bürger, Peter 56, 58, 104, 118, 152n, 154-155n
Burke, Edmund 39
Bury, J.B. 16-18, 21, 29-30, 35, 39, 147-148n, 150-151n
Butterfield, H. 148n
Byron (Lord) 132
Calderón de la Barca, Pedro 141
Camini, Aldo (pseudonym Theo van Doesburg) 87
Carlisle, Lady 26
Carracci, Ludovico 43, 132
Cervantes, Miguel de 116
Cézanne, Paul 83, 98, 102, 105-106
Chailley, J. 73, 156n
Chopin, Frédéric 127
Churchill, (Sir) Winston 137
Cicero 148n
Cimabue, Giovanni 12, 29
Clignet, Remi 66, 155-156n, 160n
Cocteau, Jean 91
Colin, Paul 91
Collingwood, R.G. 139
Coltrane, John 141
Comte, Auguste 17, 26, 30, 35, 40, 47-49, 52, 103, 151n, 153n
Condorcet, J.A.N.C., Marquis de 20, 23, 42-43, 45-47, 48, 132, 150n, 152-153n
Constable, John 138
Conze, W. 21, 149n

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  • Art in Progress - A Philosophical Response to the End of the Avant-Garde *
  • Contents 5
  • Foreword 7
  • Introduction 9
  • 1 - Perspectives on Progress: a History 15
  • 2 - From the Ancients and the Moderns: a Door to the Future 29
  • 3 - From Romanticism to the Avant-Garde 45
  • 4 - On Making Revolution 61
  • 5 - Innovation in Painting and Architecture: De Stijl 81
  • 6 - The End of Art 115
  • 7 - A New Approach to an Old Concept 131
  • Notes 147
  • Bibliography 165
  • Index of Names 177
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