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  • modern aesthetics
  • In this richly illustrated and accessibly written book, Tobin Siebers masterfully demonstrates the crucial roles that the disabled mind and disabled body have played in the evolution of modern aesthetics, unveiling disability as a unique resource discovered by modern art and then embraced by it as a defining concept. (umich.edu)
  • The second edition includes increased coverage of international aesthetics, modern aesthetics, new media like computer art, and areas like neuroaesthetics that were not thoroughly covered in the first edition. (oxfordreference.com)
  • Its principal function in modern aesthetics, however, is to describe those aspects and dimensions of artistic meaning that seem not to fall within the bounds of representation, either because they involve no clear reference to an independent subject matter or because the connection between the subject and the artistic form is too close and inextricable to admit description in the terms appropriate to representation. (britannica.com)
  • aesthetic
  • It probes a variety of central aesthetic questions, producing a new understanding of art vandalism, an argument about the centrality of wounded bodies to global communication, and a systematic reading of the use put to aesthetics to justify the oppression of disabled people. (umich.edu)
  • See, Daniel E. Berlyne, Studies in the New Experimental Aesthetics: Steps Toward an Objective Psychology of Aesthetic Appreciation (Washington: Hemisphere Pub. (jhu.edu)
  • 13. Recently, Marta Tafalla has compared two texts that she considers the two foundational texts for a new age of the aesthetics of nature: Ronald Hepburn's essay "Contemporary Aesthetics and the Neglect of Natural Beauty" from 1966 and Theodor W. Adorno's chapter "Natural Beauty" from his book Aesthetic Theory, published in 1970. (jhu.edu)
  • The Baaka and the Nuer have different aesthetic perceptions, but because of parallels in the content of their lifestyles, their differing forms of aesthetics share in the context of social maintenance. (scribd.com)
  • Politics
  • If Speed and Politics established Virilio as the inaugural-and still consummate-theorist of "dromology" (the theory of speed and the society it defines), The Aesthetics of Disappearance introduced his understanding of "picnolepsy"-the epileptic state of consciousness produced by speed, or rather, the consciousness invented by the subject through its very absence: the gaps, glitches, and speed bumps lacing through and defining it. (google.com)
  • Paul Virilio was born in 1932 and has published a wide range of books, essays, and interviews grappling with the question of speed and technology, including Speed and Politics, The Aesthetics of Disappearance, and The Accident of Art, all published by Semiotext(e). (google.com)
  • Design
  • This translation of key essays along with an original introduction charts the development of Gernot Böhme's philosophy of atmospheres and how it can be applied in various contexts such as scenography, commodity aesthetics, advertising, architecture, design, and art. (routledge.com)
  • theory
  • In the volume under review, Siebers challenges stubborn presuppostitions in aesthetics (and other fields) by offering a theory and a means of investigating how and why disablility has been represented in modern art, and in other forms and modes of human expression, including modern media. (umich.edu)
  • nature
  • Tafalla shows that, despite clear differences, there are also sufficient affinities and shared ideas to make a dialogue between analytic and continental aesthetics of nature possible. (jhu.edu)
  • important
  • The phenomenological analysis of atmospheres has proved very fruitful and its most important, and successful, application has been within aesthetics. (routledge.com)
  • work
  • books.google.com - Virilio himself referred to his 1980 work The Aesthetics of Disappearance as a 'juncture' in his thinking, one at which he brought his focus onto the logistics of perception-a logistics he would soon come to refer to as the 'vision machine. (google.com)
  • Natural
  • 7. Allen Carlson, "Appreciation and the Natural Environment," The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 37, no. 3 (1979): 267-275. (jhu.edu)
  • personal
  • Transformative esthetics has grown out of my personal journey to become whole. (skininc.com)
  • Although medical advancements on elongating life seem positive, the limitations on mobility, social interaction (isolation) and personal esthetics remain real concerns. (skininc.com)
  • Create
  • Disability Aesthetics is a stunning achievement, a must-read for anyone interested in how to understand the world we half create and half perceive. (umich.edu)
  • care
  • Past experience includes customer care and marketing - combined with a love for working with people and the desire to help others, coordinating for CR aesthetics™ was the perfect fit. (canyonranch.com)