Philosophical Aspects of Culture

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INDEX
Aberle, D. F., 283
Absolutism, 63-66
Action
moral, 59-60; see also Morality
social, 127-30
Aesthetic, the, 125; see also Art(s);
Beauty; Creativity; Criticism, art;
etc.
Architecture, 274-75
Arendt, Hannah, 289
Aristotle, 111, 205, 226, 245
Art; see also Aesthetic
apologetic, 263
critical, 265; see also Criticism, art
criticism; see Criticism, art
as deception, 225-26
as an end, 207-8
enjoyment, 228-29
escapist, 37, 127, 247, 261-63, 295
form, 228-29, 270-71; see also Form, aesthetic
function, 227-33, 270-71
great, 234-41, 243
humanization of life, 232-33
meaning; see Meaning, aesthetic
non-objective, 230
process, 34, 208-17, 269-70, 275-76
purists, 228-29
reactionism, 263-65
realism, 263-64
and reality, 268-71
significance, 230-31
social view in, 257-60
standards, 259-60
transcendental, 244-49, 262; see also Transcendentalism
universals in, 226
Artifacts, 13
Arts, 205-81
applied, 273-76
creativity in, 205-42
fine, 126, 194, 207-42, 269-70, 273
in genuine culture, 271-81
industrial, 194
mass, 276-79
peaceful, 194; see also Peace
philosophical, 194, 197-200
practical, 126, 270
and society today, 261-81
style in, 276
Authoritarianism, 18, 118
Authority, 18
Autocracy, 170-77
Ayres, Clarence E., 55, 203, 286, 289
Bacon, Francis, 147, 292
Barker, Sir Ernest, 288
Barnes, Hazel, 291
Beauty, 121-22, 204
Bell, Clive, 228
Benedict, Ruth, 5, 9, 13, 15, 24, 283, 284, 285
Bentham, Jeremy, 79, 105, 287-88
Berle, Jr., A. A., 157, 291
Beveridge, Lord, 150
Bills of rights, 178-87, 292
Birkhoff, G. W., 220, 294
Boas, Franz, 24, 283, 285
Borsodi, R., 293
Brahms, Johannes, 220
Brandeis, Louis D., 156
Brandt, Richard, 285, 286
Brotherhood, 199; see also Fraternity
Brownell, Baker, 290, 293
Campbell, Angus, 292
Capitalism, 50, 103-4, 149, 189; see also Economics
Cardozo, Benjamin, 292
Cartwright, Dorwin, 292

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Introduction xi
  • Part One - On Culture 1
  • Chapter 1 - From Cultural Patterns To Cultural Norms 3
  • Chapter 2 - Criticism and Culture 32
  • Part Two - On Values 69
  • Chapter 3 - Non-Moral And Moral Values 71
  • Chapter 4 - On Moral Sanctions 103
  • Part Three - The Institutions of Power 133
  • Chapter 5 - Liberty, Spurious And Genuine 135
  • Chapter 6 - The Political Dimension 163
  • Chapter 7 - The Cultural Context 178
  • Part IV - The Institutions of Expression 203
  • Chapter 8 - Creativity in the Arts 205
  • Chapter 9 - The Art of Criticism 243
  • Chapter 10 - Society and the Arts Today 261
  • Notes 283
  • Index 297
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