|Statement||by Jacques Maritain ; translated by J.F. Scanlan.|
|Contributions||Scanlan, James Fr.|
|LC Classifications||N61 .M3 1930|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 232 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||232|
Art and Scholasticism with Other Essays by Jacques Maritain and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at imeldaclyde.com Art and Scholasticism With Other Essays book. Read 12 reviews from the world. undeviating ingenuity in the realm of works-to-be-made. No form of art, however perfect, can encompass beauty within its limits, as the Virgin contained her Creator. The artist is faced with/5. This work contains the essays entitled: Schoolmen and the Theory of Art; Speculative Order and the Practical Order; Making and Action; Art an Intellectual Virtue; Art and Beauty; Rules of Art; Purity of Art; Christian Art; Art and Morality; Frontiers of Poetry; An Essay on Art; Some Reflections Upon Religious Art; also found within is a list of principal notes. Art and Scholasticism (French: Art et scolastique) is a book by the philosopher Jacques Maritain, his major contribution to aesthetics. According to Gary Furnell, the work "was a key text that guided the work of writers such as Allen Tate, Caroline Gordon, Sally and Robert Fitzgerald, Francois Mauriac, Thomas Merton, John Howard Griffin, Flannery O’Connor and T.S. Eliot."Author: Jacques Maritain.
Scholasticism was a medieval school of philosophy that employed a critical method of philosophical analysis presupposed upon a Latin Christian theistic paradigm which dominated teaching in the medieval universities in Europe from about to It originated within the Christian monastic schools that were the basis of the earliest European universities. Translator's Note This new translation of Art and Scholasticism was undertaken at Professor Maritain's suggestion, and is made from the third and final edition () of Art et Scolastique. The "The Frontiers of Poetry" essay, which was added as a supplement in the second edition (), is again included in the translation, but it is now given, as Professor Maritain desired, equal. Granting the frame of reference- Thomistic Catholicism and an addition to medieval cultural values- the book presents a very interesting discussion. It appears ""at a time when all feel the necessity of escaping from the immense intellectual inherited from the 19th century, and of finding once more the spiritual condisie of honest work."". Jun 24, · Art and Scholasticism is Jacques Maritain’s classic argument for an objective view of both art and the artist. Maritain provides a strong dissenting perspective on the lazy, self-flattering artistic assumptions of the past two imeldaclyde.com: Jacques Maritain.
"From the latest French edition, which has been considerably revised by the author and has the addition of The frontiers of poetry, An essay on art, Some reflections on religious art, and several new notes"--Page v. Translated in by the Rev. J. O'Connor under title: The philosophy of art. "First published Reprinted "--TItle page. Art and Scholasticism with Other Essays is a work by Catholic French Philosopher Jacques Maritain. This collection of Maritain essay's on art include Schoolmen and the Theory of Art, Art an Intellectual Virtue, Rules of Art, Art and Beauty and Some Reflections Upon Religious Art. This is an excellent publication for collectors of the writing of Price Range: $ - $ The Schoolmen and the theory of art --The speculative order and the practical order --Making and action --Art an intellectual virtue --Art and beauty --The rules of art --The purity of art --Christian art --Art and morality --The frontiers of poetry --An essay on art --Some reflections upon religious art. . You've spent your whole life chasing the feeling of a Scholastic Book Fair. Join in sharing your stories and help create more traditions and memories. Share your Scholastic Book Fair #bookjoy! You Shop, Scholastic Gives Back. We've teamed up with The Scholastic Store to offer an even better online shopping experience.