First published in 1933. The purpose of this work was to bridge a gap in English philosophical literature by completing the elaborate history of Bosanquet and to stimulate and enrich the whole study of aesthetics by means of his personal destructive and constructive criticism. This title will be of interest to students of philosophy.
Table of Contents
Introduction; Part One: Historical; 1. Subjective Theories of Aesthetics 2. Objective Theories of Aesthetics; Part Two: Critical and Constructive; 3. Subjective Theories 4. Objective Theories 5. The Minor Arts 6. Genetic Aesthetic 7. Some Aesthetic Categories; Conclusion; Bibliography; Index