|BOOK I: The "Great Analogy" |
|1 Creativity and Freedom3|
|2 The "Great Analogy"63|
|3 The Ugly84|
|4 The Genius125|
|5 The Genius and the Prophet153|
|6 Genius, Its Philosophical Significance:
The Sublime and the Beautiful177|
|BOOK II: The Structure of Art and Fine Art |
|7 The Structure of the Work of Art213|
|8 Structure and the Judgment of Art:
Concrete Significant Form
and the Freedom of Making241|
|9 The Aesthetic Relation of the Arts:
The Structure of Value and Judgment270|
|10 The Aesthetic Relation of the Arts:
Aesthetic Structure and the Judgment of Fine Art281|
|11 The Structure of Fine Art:
The Specification of Aesthetic Values
and Movements of the Imagination292|
|12 Conclusion: The Freedom of the Fine Artist328|
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Book title: The Artist as Creator.
Contributors: Milton C. Nahm - Author.
Publisher: Johns Hopkins Press.
Place of publication: Baltimore, MD.
Publication year: 1956.
Page number: xi.
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