Origins of Art: A Psychological & Sociological Inquiry

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INDEX OF AUTHORS
Abbott, 287
Abercromby, 173
Acosta, 252, 266
Agrippa, 282
Ahlqvist, 159, 211
Allen, 8, 194
Amiel, 32, 38
Andree, 176, 280, 294
Angas, 67, 220, 259, 266, 270
Archer, 53
Aristotle, 23
Aubry, 82
Bailey, 237
Bain, 32, 33, 44
Baker, 236
Baldwin, 14, 24, 25, 79
Balfour, 147
Bancroft, 270, 272
Barrington, 198
Bartels, 67
Bashkirtseff, 61
Batchelor, 67, 159
Baumgarten, 1, 2
Beccari, 195
Beecham, 265
Berchon, 233
Bérenger-Féraud, 278, 283, 284, 286
Bernays, 60
Bernier, 67
Bidwill, 262, 264, 269
Binet, 81, 197
Binger, 226, 287
Blumentritt, 234, 235, 266
Boccaccio, 68
Bock, 227, 290
Böhme, 252
Bonghi, 283
Bonwick, 159, 160
Bosanquet, 2
Bouillier, 32, 37, 51
Bourget, 122
Bourgoing, 89
Bourke, 67, 169
Brehm, 84, 189, 199
Brenner, 234, 235, 259, 291
Bridges, 165
Brière, 283
Brinton, 63, 67, 156, 174, 211, 212, 236, 285
Broca, 252
Brown, Baldwin, 111
Brown, John, 94, 185
Bücher, 88, 106, 254, 255, 257, 259
Büchner, 194, 243
Buckland, 226
Buffon, 192
Burchell, 222
Burke, 77
Burton, 152, 179, 224, 233, 251, 252, 254, 259, 266
Cahusac, 94, 266
Calmeil, 61
Calvert, 267
Cameron, 182
Campanella, 77
Campbell, 263
Carlyle, 123
Carpenter, 134
Carver, 92, 183, 266
Casalis, 262, 266, 285, 287
Castrén, 285
Catlin, 11
Chamisso, 159
Champfleury, 68
Chappuy, 159
Charcot and Richer, 109
Chardin, 254
Clapperton, 158
Clavigero, 271
Clercq, de, 291
Codrington, 165, 175
Colden, 266
Collins, 182, 285
Combarieu, 108
Cook, 66, 158, 166, 233, 236, 245, 246, 262, 264, 266, 267, 269
Cornish, 194
Crane, 184
Cranz, 66, 152, 165
Crawley, 218, 244

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Preface v
  • Contents ix
  • Chapter I the Problem Stated 1
  • Chapter II the Art-Impulse 18
  • Chapter III the Feeling-Tone of Sensation 30
  • Chapter IV the Emotions 43
  • Chapter V the Enjoyment of Pain 56
  • Chapter VI Social Expressioin 72
  • Chapter VII 86
  • Chapter VIII Art the Reliever 102
  • Chapter IX the Work of Art 111
  • Chapter X Objections and Answers 134
  • Chapter XI the Concrete Origins of Art 143
  • Chapter XII Art and Information 149
  • Chapter XIII Historical Art 164
  • Chapter XIV Animal Display 186
  • Chapter XV Art and Sexual Selection 203
  • Chapter XVI the Origins of Self-Decoration 214
  • Chapter XVII Erotic Art 228
  • Chapter XVIII Art and Work 249
  • Chapter XIX 261
  • Chapter XX Art and Magic 278
  • Chapter XXI Conclusions 298
  • Authorities Quoted 307
  • Index of Authors 323
  • Index of Subjects 328
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