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A Critical Theory of Creativity pp Cite as. Unlike the Ephretans and the Harmonists, these communities continue today. The chapter focuses, however, not on their modernity but on their craft, creativity and aesthetics. In both cases, we will observe how design has a cultural importance beyond both the practical function and the economic utility of the textiles they produce. Textile production and design provides a useful focus because of its status as a craft with cultural resonance, and as one that incorporates both functional and aesthetic considerations.

Homo Aestheticus

Dissanayake argues that art was central to human evolutionary adaptation and that the aesthetic faculty is a basic psychological component of every human being. In her view, art is intimately linked to the origins of religious practices and to ceremonies of birth, death, transition, and transcendence. Drawing on her years in Sri Lanka, Nigeria, and Papua New Guinea, she gives examples of painting, song, dance, and drama as behaviors that enable participants to grasp and reinforce what is important to their cognitive world. Publishers WeeklyHomo Aestheticus offers a wealth of original and critical thinking. It will inform and irritate specialist, student, and lay reader alike. American AnthropologistA thoughtful, elegant, and provocative analysis of aesthetic behavior in the development of our speciesone that acknowledges its roots in the work of prior thinkers while opening new vistas for those yet to come.

Photograph by Ekkehart Malotki. American Journal of Play 9 2 : Estetika: the Central European Journal of Aesthetics 7 1 : Philosophy and Literature Bartelesi and G. Rivista di Estetica. Commentary on Oscar Moro Abadia, Rock art stories: standard narratives and their alternatives.

Homo aestheticus : where art comes from and why

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Ellen Dissanayake [ pronunciation? Dissanayake's birth name was Ellen Franzen; she was born in Illinois and raised in Walla Walla, Washington, where her father was an engineer and her mother a homemaker. She received a B. In her book Homo Aestheticus: Where Art Comes From and Why first printed in , Dissanayake argues that art was central to the emergence, adaptation and survival of the human species, that aesthetic ability is innate in every human being, and that art is a need as fundamental to our species as food, warmth or shelter. She views art as the product of "making things special", and these things may be objects as well as behaviors. That is to say, art evolved to make certain events, tentatively important for survival or social cohesion, more salient, pleasurable, and memorable. Artifacts of art are also said to result from efforts to deal with uncertainties of nature by exerting control over it.

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Homo Aestheticus: Where Art Comes From and Why

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Access options available:. Philosophy and Literature The intellectual climate of postmodernism has not been particularly encouraging for the development of an evolutionary theory of the arts.

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Но вместо того чтобы нарушить правила, женщина выругала самоуверенного североамериканца и отсоединилась. Расстроенный, Беккер повесил трубку. Провал.

Preface to the EditionPreface to the Original EditionAcknowledgments1. Introduction: Why Species-Centrism?2. Biology and Art: The Implications of.

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 Gratis? - по-прежнему увещевал бармен.

 Вот, - сказала.  - Стоп.  - И быстро пробежала глазами информацию. Здесь имелась масса всяческих сведений.

И больше. Женщина сочувственно кивнула. - Поссорились. На мгновение Беккер задумался. Потом изобразил смущенную улыбку.


 Он поздравил меня с обнаружением черного хода в Попрыгунчике, - продолжал Хейл.