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  • Author:
    Stephen Bungay
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    Oxford University Press (February 14, 1985)
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Author: Stephen Bungay.

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The first book in English to attempt a full theoretical analysis of Hegel's philosophy of art, Beauty and Truth examines Hegel's central thesis: that both beauty and truth can be understood in terms of systematic coherence, and that art, as a purveyor of truth, embodies and reflects th. .

The first book in English to attempt a full theoretical analysis of Hegel's philosophy of art, Beauty and Truth examines Hegel's central thesis: that both beauty and truth can be understood in terms of systematic coherence, and that art, as a purveyor of truth, embodies and reflects the beliefs of the societies from which it comes.

Published February 14, 1985 by Oxford University Press, USA.

PH9F5: Hegel's Aesthetics. Section: 4. Secondary Literature in English. Next: A new history of German literature. Library availability.

Beauty and Truth book. The first book in English to attempt a full theoretical analysis of Hegel's philosophy of art, Beauty and Truth examines Hegel's central thesis: that both beauty and truth can be understood in terms of systematic coherence, and that art, as a purveyor of truth, embodies and reflects the beliefs of the societies from which it comes.

Published by Oxford University Press, 1985. Synopsis: The first book in English to attempt a full theoretical analysis of Hegel's philosophy of art, Beauty and Truth examines Hegel's central thesis: that both beauty and truth can be understood in terms of systematic coherence, and that art, as a purveyor of truth, embodies and reflects the beliefs of the societies from which it comes. Bibliographic Details. Title: Beauty and Truth: A Study of Hegel's.

Bungay sets the tone of his study of Hegel’s aesthetics with these prefatory remarks: Hegel is a good example of one of those Germans who dives deeper into murkier waters than the rest of u.

Bungay sets the tone of his study of Hegel’s aesthetics with these prefatory remarks: Hegel is a good example of one of those Germans who dives deeper into murkier waters than the rest of us, and who not surprisingly comes up muddier. Perhaps a suitable role for an English sceptic is washing off the mud and polishing some of the nuggets he finds underneath. It is for the reader to judge whether or not the glitter is that of gold

The first book in English to attempt a full theoretical analysis of Hegel's philosophy of art, Beauty and Truth examines Hegel's central thesis: that both beauty and truth can be understood in terms of systematic coherence, and that art, as a purveyor of truth, embodies and reflects the beliefs of the societies from which it comes.