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AbstractJosef Vojvodík offers a detailed and highly original study of structuralism based on a comparison between the art historian Hans Sedlmayr and the Czech theorist Jan Mukařovský. Both produced theories of general aesthetics developed in a series of three phases ultimately focused on a...
AbstractWritten around 1700, at a moment when Russian art was facing increasing secularization as well as the introduction of Italian and German post-Renaissance approaches, this treatise facilitates understanding of the Russian debates in religious aesthetics. Evfimy Chudovsky reflects on how...
AbstractFollowing his attendance of the congress of the “Ordo Templi Orientis” in Ascona in 1917, Hugo Ball describes occultism in positive terms as a non-dogmatic and humane way of advocating a less materialistic concept of life. Ball links the “fine aims” of the Ordo Templi Orientis to modern...
AbstractThis is a lively manifesto by Czech writer Stanislav Kostka Neumann in favor of modernity in his culture. He sees Czech intellectuals as stuck in the past, rooted to the quaintness of old Prague, and fearful of progress. Apollinaire’s Futurist manifesto prompts him to make a public plea...
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