By Pierre Destrée, Penelope Murray
The first of its variety, A significant other to historical Aesthetics offers a synoptic view of the humanities, which crosses conventional barriers and explores the cultured event of the ancients throughout various media—oral, aural, visible, and literary.
- Investigates the numerous ways that the humanities have been skilled and conceptualized within the historic world
- Explores the cultured adventure of the ancients throughout various media, treating literary, oral, aural, and visible arts jointly in one volume
- Presents an built-in standpoint at the significant issues of old aesthetics which demanding situations conventional demarcations
- Raises questions on the similarities and modifications among old and glossy methods of puzzling over where of artwork in society
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