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    • Islamic art and ornamentation: Reflections on the study of art from Alois Riegl to Ernst Gombrich and beyond 

      Şentürk, Murat Kenan (Bilkent University, 2000)
      In this study certain arguments about two different but related phenomena are presented: Islamic art and ornamentation. The problem of maintaining a relevant definition for both cases is emphasized by giving examples ...
    • Jean Paul’s Lunacy, or humor as trans-critique 

      Coker, William (Springer, 2018)
      The foremost theorist of humor in the German romantic period and one of its most popular novelists, Jean Paul Richter developed a poetics of antithesis at odds with the harmonious dialectics proposed by many of his ...
    • The Kantian theory of the sublime and humanist politics 

      Ayas, Tuğba (Bilkent University, 2013)
      The German philosopher Immanuel Kant’s rendition of cosmopolitanism and the sublime have been quite popular separately in various discussions on politics and aesthetics since the late 90s. In today’s political conjuncture ...
    • The pure possibility of Immanuel Kant's aesthetics 

      Ayas, Tuğba (Bilkent University, 2006)
      This study aims at evaluating the aesthetic views of Immanuel Kant. The experience of the beautiful and that of the sublime are discussed. The experience of the beautiful is analysed with respect to the faculties of ...