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Towards a New Aesthetics

16.32 Towards a New Aesthetics

Edited by: Martin Procházka, Louis Armand and Brian Rosebury

Volume: 16
Issue: 32
December 2006

Contents

Martin Procházka , Louis Armand , Brian Rosebury
Towards a New Aesthetics: Technology, Intensity, Heterogeneity
1
Ashley Woodward
New Technologies and Lyotard's Aesthetics
14
Lisa Otty
Avant-garde Aesthetics: Kitsch, Intensity and the Work of Art
36
Jeremy J. Kelly
Aesthetic Experience and the Scope of Narrative Explanation
58
Louis Armand
Cinema, or the Phantom Consciousness
74
Michael David Székely
Fullness-to-Explosion: The Mode of Musical Becoming
96
Flori(a)n Liber
Démembrement du corps humain 2.1
115
Francesco Pastorelli
Towards an Aesthetics of the Present
135
Martin Procházka
In Memoriam: Wolfgang Iser (1926-2007)
149
Review of György E. Szőnyi
The Voices of the English Renaissance
Special issue of the Hungarian Journal of English and American Studies, 11.1 (2005). 225 pp.
→ Noémi Najbauer, The Voices of the English Renaissance
153
Review of Jiří Flajšar
Dějiny americké poezie
Ústí nad Orlicí: Oftis, 2006. 368pp.
→ Pavla Veselá, Chapters in the History of American Poetry
156
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