Note per un’estetica comparata

  • Germana Alberti

Abstract

The article is a report of the comparative aesthetics seminar held in 2018 at the Rimini’s School of Oriental and Comparative Philosophy. Various and interesting topics related to intercultural aesthetics were discussed: the philosophical ideas underlying Chanoyu; the link between culture, perception, representation and language; the history of the reception of non-European works in Western culture; characteristic aspects of Buddhist, Chinese and Japanese art.
Pubblicato
2019-07-30
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