Every Man an Artist: Readings in the Traditional Philosophy of Art

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Brian Keeble
World Wisdom, Inc, 2005 - 253 ページ
This striking title proposes a striking idea: To be fully human means to have an inclination toward art. Pointing the way to art as a primary means through which we enter into a relationship with the spiritual nature of reality, this anthology by many of the most prominent philosophers and artists of our time reconnects us to the fundamental truths which give value to our thoughts and actions, as well as to art.
 

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INTIMATIONS 1 PLATO 2 ARISTOTLE 3 PLOTINUS 4 THE HOLY BIBLE 5 CORPUS HERMETICUM
4
DIONYSIUS THE AREOPAGITE 7 ERIUGENA
6
ST JOHN OF DAMASCUS 9 ST THEODORE THE STUDITE
8
ST THOMAS AQUINAS 11 ST BONAVENTURE
10
FORMULATIONS
15
RENE GUENON Initiation and the Crafts
17
RENE GUENON The Arts and their Traditional Conception
22
REVERBERATIONS
139
DAVID JONES Art and Sacrament
141
KATHLEEN RAINE The Vertical Dimension
170
WENDELL BERRY TWO Economies
186
CECIL COLLINS Why does Art today lack inspiration?
203
BERNARD LEACH Integration
208
MICHAEL CARDEW On Pottery and Potting
213
EDWARD JOHNSTON Formal Penmanship Defined by the Thing
216

ANANDA K COOMARASWAMY
27
ANANDA K COOMARASWAMY
56
FRITHJOF SCHUON Principles and Criteria of Art
83
JOHN HOWARD BENSON and ARTHUR GRAHAM CAREY
108
ERIC GILL The Four Causes
112
ERIC GILL Of Beauty
115
TITUS BURCKHARDT
122
SIR JOHN TAVENER Towards the Musica Perennis
222
Acknowledgments and Sources
231
Suggested Reading
235
Contributors
239
Biographical Notes
245
Index
247
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