Index
Absolute mind, idealism and, 39
Absolute spirit, in Hegel, 3
Abstract art, Bell on, 195
Actual, distinction between the ideal and the, 89
Actuality, term in Hegel, 139n Addison, Joseph166
Adequacy of language, 90
Adequation: of intellect and thing, 91-95, 105, 130-32; as identity, in Husserl, 93-96; idea and, 105n-6n; two-way conformity and, 130-32; see Truth
Aesthetic as Science of Expression and General Linguistic ( Croce), 8, 15, 34-35, 40, 41, 43, 48, 213
Aesthetic experience, 160-65, 183- 86
Aesthetic rightness, necessity, see Rightness, aesthetic
Aesthetics: in relation to philosophy, 1; in Kant, 2; in Schelling, 2-3; in Hegel, 3; in Schopen- hauer, 3-4; in Cassirer, 5-8, 10- 15; in Croce, 8-10, 40-44; history and definition of, 21; distinguished from an aesthetic, 21; as linguistics, 37-52; in natural beauty, 142-48, 150, 151-54; concept of sublime, 165-70; symbolism and, 178, 180, 184, 185-86; see also Art; Beauty; Work of art
Aesthetic validity, 162
Aesthetics ( Hegel), see Philosophy of Fine Art ( Hegel)
Akme, 204, 206, 209
Anselm, 106-7, 197, 213
Anthropologisches Schema ( Schelling), 178n,216
Appearance: Hegel's concept of truth and, 138n,139n; beauty as, of truth, 148-70; of objectively true thing, 142; of truth of being, 169; of power of being, 169-70
Apology, 84
Arrow, man as, 134, 173, 209-10
Ars Poetica ( MacLeish), 210
Art: as expression of subjectivity, 1-22; in Schelling, 3; in Hegel, 3, 24; Schopenhauer on, 3-4; Cassirer on, 5-8, 10-15; symbolism and, 5-11, 15, 18-20, 24-32, 178-82, 184-86, 189, 199, 211-12; originality in, 13-14; expression theory of, 15-17, 20-21; Susanne Langer on, 18-20; as joint revelation of self and world, 23-36; symbolic, in Hegel, 24; double function of, 26; nature of creative, 34-35; as intuition, 40, 41, 47; difference between language of science and language of, 45- 46; as primary process of imagination, 49; search for truth in, 50-51; nature and, 51, 186n, 191n; irrelevance of natural beauty in modern, 143; spiritual

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  • Title Page ii
  • Preface vii
  • Contents *
  • 1 - Art as the Expression of Subjectivity 1
  • 2 - Art as the Joint Revelation of Self and World 23
  • 3 - Aesthetics as Linguistics 37
  • 4 - Language as Articulation of Human Being 53
  • 5 - Truth of Statement 87
  • 6 - Truth of Things 105
  • 7 - Truth of Spirit 130
  • 8 - The Spiritual Truth of Art 171
  • Bibliography 213
  • Index 217
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