Reflections on Art: A Source Book of Writings by Artists, Critics, and Philosophers

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Introductionix
VIRGIL C. ALDRICH: Beauty as Feeling3 from The Kenyon Review, Vol. 1, No. 3 ( 1939), pp. 300-307
OTTO BAENSCH: Art and Feeling10 from Logos, Vol. XII ( 1923-24), pp. 1-28
LOUIS ARNAUD REID: Beauty and Significance37 from Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society, Vol. XXIX ( 1928-29), pp. 123-154
LUCIUS GARVIN: The Paradox of Aesthetic Meaning62 from Philosophy and Phenomenological Research (The Journal of Phenomenology), Vol. VIII, No. 1 ( 1947), pp. 99-106
PAUL STERN: On the Problem of Artistic Form71 from Logos, Vol. V ( 1914-15), pp. 165-172
GEORG MEHLIS: The Aesthetic Problem of Distance79 from Logos, Vol. v ( 1916-17), pp. 173-184
CHARLES MORGAN: The Nature of Dramatic Illusion91 from Transactions of the Royal Society of Literature, N. S. Vol. XII ( 1933), Essays by Divers Hands, pp. 61-77

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  • Title Page iii
  • Contents v
  • Introduction ix
  • Beauty as Feeling 3
  • Art and Feeling 10
  • Beauty and Significance 37
  • The Paradox of Aesthetic Meaning 62
  • On the Problem of Artistic Form 71
  • The Aesthetic Problem of Distance 79
  • The Nature of Dramatic Illusion 91
  • Music and Silence. 103
  • Time in the Plastic Arts 122
  • Bergsonism and Music 142
  • Music and Duration 152
  • Notes on the Superposition of Temporal Modes in the Works of Art 161
  • The Concept of "Tonal Body" 174
  • The Essence of Rhythm 186
  • Morphological Poetics 202
  • A Boston Criticism of Whitman 229
  • Modern Ballet 234
  • Art and Craftsmanship 240
  • The Eye Is A Part of the Mind 243
  • On the Problem of Musical Hearing 262
  • The Image in the Rock 298
  • Problems of A Song-Writer 301
  • The Histrionic Experience 311
  • Sketch for A Pychology of the Moving Pictures 317
  • Music and Myth in Their Mutual Relation 328
  • Modern Architecture: Toward A Redefinition of Style 342
  • Index 357
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