8 edition of Exact imagination, late work found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -259) and index.
|Statement||Shierry Weber Nicholsen.|
|Series||Studies in contemporary German social thought|
|LC Classifications||B3199.A34 N53 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||270 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||270|
|LC Control Number||97009398|
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In Exact Imagination, Late Work, Shierry Weber Nicholsen begins the process of appropriating Adorno through the centrality of the aesthetic dimension. Until now, most English-language writing on Adorno has attempted to place him in various contexts and to differentiate him from other thinkers.
Such work, while important, masks our failure to imaginatively appropriate Adorno's ideas. Nicholsen's Exact Imagination, Late Work is the Exact imagination, reflectedproduct of countless hours alongside, and deeply within, Adorno'slanguages. Her brilliant achievement here is to have demonstrated theemphatic intimacy between Adorno's aesthetics and his compositions Tom Huhn, College of Letters and Philosophy Department, Wesleyan University (Endorsement)Cited by: Get this from a library.
Exact imagination, late work: on Adorno's Aesthetics. [Shierry Weber Nicholsen] -- "These five interlocked essays, based on material from Adorno's "aesthetic writings," take up such issues as subjective aesthetic experience, the historicity of artworks and our experience of them.
"Nicholsen's Exact Imagination, Late Work is the distilled, reflectedproduct of countless hours alongside, and deeply within, Adorno'slanguages.
Her brilliant achievement here is to have demonstrated theemphatic intimacy between Adorno's aesthetics and his compositions.". In Exact Imagination, Late Work, Nicholsen proposes such an appropriation through a focus on the centrality of the aesthetic dimension in uses the term "exact imagination" to mark the conjunction of knowledge, subjective experience, and aesthetic form.
Exact imagination, as distinct from creative imagination, thus describes a form. "In a book as creative and inventive as his subject matter, Paul Harris leads us on an intriguing journey into the world of, and the work of, the imagination he shows us how thoroughly the mundane, the imaginative, and the magical intermingle, in childhood and adulthood, to Cited by: Exact Imagination, Late Work.
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Robert Savage - - In Gerhard Richter Author: Shierry Weber Nicholsen. She is the author of Exact Imagination, Late Work: On Adorno's Aesthetics () and the translator of a number of books by Adorno, including Hegel: Three Studies (); Habermas, including Moral Consciousness and Communicative Action (); and other members of the Frankfurt School.
Aesthetic Theory (German: Ästhetische Theorie) is a book by the German philosopher Theodor Adorno, which was culled from drafts written between and and ultimately published posthumously in Although anchored by the philosophical study of art, the book is interdisciplinary and incorporates elements of political philosophy, sociology, metaphysics and other philosophical pursuits Author: Theodor W.
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