Index of Names
Addison, 71, 85n
Adorno, T., 179
Ameriks, K., 39
Aristoxenos of Taranto, 155n
Bach, 156n
Bell, D., 16n, 40n
Bernard, J. H., 98n, 123n
Bungay, S., 121n
Busch, W., 118
Caird, E., 16n
Cassierer, H. W., 15n
Crawford, D. W., 16n
Dunham, B., 15n
Euler, L., 128, 136
Fantin-Latour, H., 102, 103
Fénelon, 75
Guyer, P., 15n, 121n
Hegel, 139, 151, 152, 170
Heintel, F., 98n
Homer, 4, 19, 75, 81-2
Horace, 67, 68, 71, 84n
Hume, viii
Karelis,C.,156n
Kohler, G., 16n
Kuhlenkampff, J., 98n
Lear, E., 118
Le Corbusier, 163
Ledoux, C.-N., 119
Lin, M., 158
Locke, 78, 128-9
Machiavelli,69
Milton, 68, 71, 85n
Moutsopoulos, E., 16n
Ovid, 67, 68, 71, 84n
Palladio, 163
Pei, I. M., 158
Pythagoras, 155n
Rogers, R., 157, 159, 160, 161, 171, 178, 180
Rosen, C., 156n
Ruskin, J., 166-76
Saarinnen, E., 158
Schaper, E., vii, 16n, 98n
Schiller, F., 170, 179
Scruton, R., 155n, 156n, 172
Serra, R., 158
Smithson, P. and A., 158
Tacitus, 67, 68, 71, 84n
Terence, 69
Titian, 28
van der Rohe, M., 123n, 158
van Doesburg, T., 123n
Wiggins, D., 73
Wittgenstein, 35-7
Zevi, B., 123n
Zimmermann, R. L., 16n

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  • Title Page i
  • Contents iii
  • Preface v
  • Chapter One - Taste, Perception and Experience 1
  • Notes 15
  • Chapter Two - Necessity and Taste 17
  • Notes 39
  • Chapter Three - Truth, Taste and the Supersensible 41
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