Those seven essays supply clean views on good looks s position in revelation. every one essay incorporates a hermeneutical technique educated by means of the modern learn of aesthetics. overlaying a sequence of texts within the Hebrew Bible and New testomony, from Adam and Eve within the backyard to Jesus on trial within the Fourth Gospel, the authors interact good looks from 3 overarching views: glossy philosophy, contextual feedback, and the postcritical go back to good looks s fundamental characteristics. the 3 views are usually not harmonized yet relatively explored simultaneously to create a quantity with interesting methodological tensions. As this assortment highlights good looks within the narratives of scripture, it opens readers to a mostly unexplored size of the Bible. The members are Richard J. Bautch, Jo-Ann A. Brant, Mark Brummitt, David Penchansky, Antonio Portalatín, Jean-François Racine, and Peter Spitaler.
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Modern aesthetics separated beauty in nature from beauty found in art; aesthetics became synonymous with the study of a work of art. Thus, while Kant considers beauty both in nature and in art in his Kritik der Urteilskraft (1948), Georg Hegel in his Ästhetik (1970, 40–43) defines aesthetics as the philosophy or science of the beautiful in art. Subsequently, the Breviario di Estetica of Benedetto Croce (1979, 28–31) and the Ästhetische Theorie of Theodor Adorno (1970, 81–85), two significant aesthetic disquisitions of the past century, serve as studies on the work of art and not on beauty.
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