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The aesthetics of the sacred

Robert C. Meurant

The aesthetics of the sacred

a harmonic geometry of consciousness and philosophy of sacred architecture

by Robert C. Meurant

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Published by Opoutere Press in Boulder .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Architecture and religion.,
  • Symbolism in architecture.,
  • Liturgy and architecture.,
  • Aesthetics -- Religious aspects.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Robert C. Meurant.
    ContributionsInstitute of Traditional Studies (Whangamata, N.Z.)
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsNA4600 .M4 1989
    The Physical Object
    Pagination186 p. :
    Number of Pages186
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL1638851M
    ISBN 100908809026
    LC Control Number91191376
    OCLC/WorldCa25632145

    With My Life among the Deathworks: Illustrations of the Aesthetics of Authority, the renowned cultural theorist and Freud scholar Philip Rieff inaugurates a trilogy that signals the summation of his scholarly lifework. With this series, Sacred Order/Social Order, to be published in consecutive volumes, Rieff both continues and supersedes the lines of thought that characterize the earlier. Jul 19,  · The sacred vestments enjoy another religious feature by means of the mystic-symbolical (mysterious) meaning which the Church ascribes to them, and which should be ascribed to them. In the meaning of the Church of God there is nothing merely exterior: all is figurative and expressive of the interior, there all is "spirit and life".

    Yet vocal music constitutes fully half of Haydn's œuvre. Admittedly, during the s and the first half of the s he composed relatively little vocal music (and hardly any sacred music) and his most familiar instrumental works originated precisely during these years. But this emphasis was elizrosshubbell.com by: 2. Add tags for "Aesthetics of the sacred and the cool: African art from the Faletti collection". Be the first.

    What happens when a Native or indigenous person turns a video camera on his or her own culture? Are the resulting images different from what a Westernized filmmaker would create, and, if so, in what ways? How does the use of a non-Native art-making medium, specifically video or film, affect the aesthetics of the Native culture?These are some of the questions that underlie this rich study of. Get this from a library! The reach of the aesthetic: collected essays on art and nature. [Ronald W Hepburn] -- This title was first published in This book focuses on the rich web of interrelations between aesthetic and wider human concerns. Among topics explored are .


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Philip Rieff, Benjamin Franklin Professor of Sociology and University Professor Emeritus at the University of Pennsylvania, is author of the classic works Freud: Mind of the Moralist, The Triumph of the Therapeutic, and Fellow Teachers, and the editor of The Collected Papers of Sigmund elizrosshubbell.com by: 5.

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'The Art of the Sacred' explores the relationship between religion and the visual arts, and vice versa, within Christianity and other major religious traditions. It identifies and describes the main historical, theological, sociological and aesthetic dimensions of 'religious' art.

May 28,  · The Art of the Sacred: An Introduction to the Aesthetics of Art and Belief In Christian Art, Early Christianity, Graham HOWES, I. Tauris, Iconography, Leonard Aldea, Reception history on May 19, at pm.

“Christ is a persuasion, a form evoking desire, and the whole force of the gospel depends upon the assumption that this persuasion is also peace: that the desire awakened by the shape of Christ and his church is one truly reborn as agape, rather than merely the way in which a lesser force succumbs to a greater, as an episode in the endless epic of power.

This title was first published in This book focuses on the rich web of interrelations between aesthetic and wider human concerns. Among topics explored are concepts of truth and falsity (within art and aesthetic experience generally), superficiality and depth in aesthetic appreciation of nature, moral beauty and ugliness, the projects of integrating a life, of fashioning a life as a work.

Aesthetic judgement involves both an active intellectual understanding of the material properties of an object, its representation in art, words or music, and its numinous qualities that demand a passive sensibility to qualities that move the soul.

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Jan 28,  · a philosopher, poet and composer, his recent exploration of religious and theological themes from a philosophical point of view has excited a fresh response from scholars.

This collection of writings addresses Scruton's challenging and subtle philosophy of religion for the first time. Gerardus van der Leeuw was one of the first to attempt a rapprochement between theology and the arts, and his influence continues to be felt in what is now a burgeoning field.

Sacred and Profane is the fullest expression of his pursuit of a theological aesthetics, surveying religion's relationship to all the arts -- dance, drama, literature, painting, sculpture, architecture, and music.

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