Aesthetic as Science of Expression and General Linguistic

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INDEX
Abelard, 178
Absolute, 162
Absolutism in æsthetic, 122
Accarisio, A., 358
Action, 47
Addison, J., 195, 203, 218
Adherent beauty, 101
Adone,34, 441
Advocatus diaboli,56
Aeneid,463
Aeschylus, 411
Aesop, 6
Æsthetic physics, 105, and see Vischer
Æsthetic progress, 138
Ahriman, 78
Ainslie, D., 484
Alberti, L. B., 79, 450
Alceo,37
Alcibiades, 70
Alemanni, V., 482
Alembert, d', 241
Alexander, 29
Algarotti, 359
Alison, A., 261
Allegorical meaning, 177
Allegory, 34
Allen, Grant, 390
Alphabets, 100
Alunno, F., 358
Ambiguity, 71
Ambrosi, L., 479
Aminta,37
Anacharsis, 223
Anacreon, 51
Anagogic meaning, 177
André, 205, 206, 268
Angelis, de, 222n.,223n.
Animals, thought in, 23
Anstruther-Thomson, C., 391n.
Antisthenes, 463
Apollinesque art, 412
Apollonius Dyscolus, 464
Apollonius of Tyana, 171
Apparent feelings, 80-81
Appearance, 17
Applied knowledge, 55
A priori synthesis, 41
Arabic art, 138
Archæology, 126
Archimedes, 20
Architecture, 101
theory of, 113
Aretino, P., 442
Ariosto, L., 136, 191, 196, 363, 473
Aristarchus, 464
Aristophanes, 160, 411, 421, 436
Aristotelians, 180
Aristotle, 41, 43, 92, 161, 165, 168, 169, 170, 173, 176, 178, 182, 184, 186, 187, 193, 217, 218, 220, 223, 227, 229, 236, 238, 257, 267, 315, 343, 421, 423, 427, 429, 430, 436, 437, 438, 464
Aristoxenus, 450
Armida, 102
Arnaud, 488
Arnauld, A., 210, 229
Arnold, D. E., 218
Arréat, L., 487
Ars Poetica,228, 257
Art and intuition, 12
and science, 25
for art's sake, 52
Arteaga, S., 241, 269
Artificial beauty, 98
Arts, the various:
classifications of, 114, 449seqq.
limits of, 114, 449seqq.
no separate æsthetics of, 114
theories of, 113
Ascetic view of art, 85
Asiatic style, 463
Association, æsthetic, 7, 104
linguistic, 144
Ast, F., 300, 345, 346
Astrology of æsthetic, 110
Atoms, 30
Attic style, 463
Attractive, the, 87
Aubignac, d', 257, 439

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