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By Antoon Van den Braembussche, Heinz Kimmerle, Nicole Note (auth.), Antoon Van den Braembussche, Heinz Kimmerle, Nicole Note (eds.)

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ISBN-13: 9781402045073

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ISBN-13: 9781402057809

In this booklet the editors introduced jointly awesome articles referring to intercultural aesthetics. the concept that ‘Intercultural aesthetics’ creates a house area for an inventive cross-fertilization among cultures, and for heterogeneity, however it is additionally firmly associated with the intercultural flip inside of Western and non-Western philosophy. The e-book is split into elements, but you may experience a transparent cohesion during the entire e-book. This team spirit is said to the underlying topic that the several authors, each one of their personal manner and from their very own history, try and display. They use similar, and overlapping phrases akin to ‘the suchness of things’, ‘dancing and shaping lives’, ‘presenting a that means past phrases, featuring the unpresentable, experiencing’, in an effort to convey to our wisdom the real value of the non-conceptual, subsequent to the conceptual. a number of authors additionally tackle a reflective, and now and then even a self-reflective stance, pointing to the intrinsic relation among cultural aesthetics and ethics, making this e-book detailed in its kind.

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Botz-Bornstein, op. , p. 48. Abe, op. , p. 233. Suzuki, op. , p. 13. T. Deshimaru, Zen and Arts Martiaux. Paris, 1977, p. 34 [my translation]. See the works of the American-based Tibetan Buddhist Chögyam Trungpa Rinpoche (1939–1987), Cutting through Spiritual Materialism (1973) and Shambhala. The Sacred Path of the Warrior (1984). Deshimaru, op. , p. 31 [my translation]. Ohashi thematizes this even more profoundly, when he concludes that Japanese culture is the result of an ongoing process of importing and adapting other cultures like China, Korea, Europe and recently the USA: ‘For the Japanese European influences were no longer an alien world, they became their own world’ (141) [my translation].

Lyotard was most explicit on Japanese art. As early as 1975 he described a semiotics of Noh theatre. In his book on Daniel Buren’s marking of walls and objects with standardized colored strips, Lyotard’s topic is the ‘invisible’, non-discursive museal and public spaciality that Buren critically exposed: ‘But this paradox is visual, and not linguistic. ’73 This material reflection sensitizes Buren’s audience for the unpresentable. When Lyotard co-curates Les Immateriaux in 1985 in Centre Pompidou, where the works of avant-garde artists are installed in a hi-tech environment that headphone wearing visitors crossed, he proposed a medial ‘materialism’, systematically discerning between ‘maternité’ (origin of the message), ‘matériau’ (medium of support), ‘matrice’ (inscribing code), ‘matière’ (referent) and ‘matériel’ (destination of the message).

P. 164. 92. ‘Mental ecology’ is an option. It is in the cooperative oeuvre of Deleuze and Guattari that we find enough material to expand the idea that ecology has different dimensions: physical, social and mental. See F. Guattari, Les trois ecologies (1989). Living (with) Art: The African Aesthetic Worldview as an Inspiration for the Western Philosophy of Art1 Heinz Kimmerle The Aesthetic Conception of the World in African Thought In the thought of the African peoples south of the Sahara, art is not something that can be dealt with as a separately existing subject.

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