Principles of Aesthetics
|Author:||Dewitt H. Parker|
|Other Details||9.00x6.00 inch|
For the broader philosophy of art to the artists and philosophers during the period from Herder to Hegel, who gave to the study its greatest development, and among contemporaries, to Croce and Lipps.
My obligations are extensive,-most directly to those whose influence is indirect pervasive make citation profitable, too obvious to make it necessary. For the broader philosophy debt is heaviest, I the artists and philosophers during the from Herder Hegel, to study greatest development, and, among contemporaries, to Croce Lipps. In addition, I have drawn freely upon the special investigations of recent but with the caution desirable in of the results.
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