PHI 381: CONTEMPORARY EUROPEAN AESTHETIC THEORY

Professor Hugh J. Silverman

Department of Philosophy

Stony Brook University

Fall Semester 2012

Tues & Thurs 5:30-6:50


These notes are prepared by Bart Slaninka, Amman Ahmad, Edward Curry (Teaching Assistants).

These notes do not replace attendance in the class which is mandatory.

The protocols are designed to serve as a reminder of what was discussed in class.

They should assist students in understanding the readings but are not a substitute for reading the texts themselves. (HJS)


 

 

LECTURE #01 SUMMARY - 2012 - Introduction to Aesthetic Theory-I

LECTURE #02 SUMMARY - 2012 - Introduction to Aesthetic Theory-II

LECTURE #03 SUMMARY - 2012 - Heidegger’s Origin of the Work of Art

LECTURE #04 SUMMARY - 2012 - Heidegger’s What are Poets For?

LECTURE #05 SUMMARY - 2012 - Heidegger's Language

LECTURE #06 SUMMARY - 2012 - Benjamin’s The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproducibility

LECTURE #07 SUMMARY - 2010-0928 -Merleau-Ponty's Cezanne's Doubt

LECTURE #08 SUMMARY - 2010-1005 - Merleau-Ponty's Indirect Language and the Voices of Silence

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