Philosophical Conceptualization and Literary Art: Inference, Ereignis, and Conceptual Attunement to the Work of Poetic Genius
Fairleigh Dickinson Univ Press, 2004 - 231 páginas
This book offers an original orientation to how speculative thinking may be profoundly stimulated - the philosophical imagination transformatively enlarged - through intermediating engagements with the work of art. The author illustrates the practical implications of this orientation by selecting an inferential model of concept formation to highlight the philosophically pregnant routes of inference that such engagements can sponsor.Separate chapters show how a variety of independently interesting metaphysical, phenomenological, and onto-aesthetic concepts of Desmond, Otto, and Heidegger get amplified and deepened when entertained as conceptual attunements rather than as fixed, mediating terms. The study culminates by focusing on how an intermediating engagement with artwork can inferentially enlarge the very concept of the work of art.
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Ontological Reflection Ode on a Grecian Urn and the Senses of Being
The Phenomenological Key The Sensus Numinis in Emily Dickinsons Verse
Aesthetic Inference and Insight Artworks Work Werksein and Wallace Stevenss Idea of Order at Key West
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aesthetic amplify analysis approach appropriating art-work articulated artistic attunement beauty becomes chap chapter character cognitional concepts context critical cultural darkness defining demonstrate depictive Desmond developed dialectical Dickinson discloses discursive earth element engagement equivocal example experience express figures follow formally function Grecian Urn Heidegger Heidegger's hermeneutic human Ibid Idea of Order ideal imagination indicates inference inferential form intelligence intermediating interpretive Keats Keats's light lines literary art literature living logical lyric means meditative metaxological mind modes mood nature normative notion numinous object ode's one's ontological orientation Origin Otto Otto's particular philosophical poem poem's poet poetic poetry present questions reader reality reference reflective relation sense sensus numinis sets silence singing speaker speculative spirit stanza Stevens Stevens's suggest theory thinking thought tion transformative truth understanding univocal urn's verse viewer vision visionary voice Werksein