The aesthetics and phenomenology of love in greek and russian philosophy 14. Stevens, doctor of philosophy, 2011 dissertation directed by. The phrase the phenomenology of embodied agency can usefully be seen as ambiguous. Aesthetic experience 353 it is useful to state that the core of phe. The phenomenology of aesthetic experience capped one of the most. In exploring somaesthetics in relation to art, this thesis addresses john deweys aesthetics and idea of the consummatory experience, and maurice merleaupontys phenomenology with respect to art and experience as parts of. This article details the use of phenomenology as a research method which is to fully describe a persons lived experience of an event or experience. The experience of critical illness and intensive care 5. Aim to provide an overview of important methodological considerations that nurse researchers need to adhere to when choosing phenomenology as a guiding philosophy and research method background phenomenology is a major philosophy and research method in the humanities, human sciences and arts disciplines with a central goal of describing peoples experiences. Dufrennes phenomenology of aesthetic experience in order to make an attempt at. The c tinuing focus has thus been on knowledge and being. I has distinguished from that of artwork by latter he understands the conventional material artifact a physicalbeing among willless things. It therefore provides an understanding of an experience from those who have lived it.
Dufrennes never tiring efforts in phenomenological aesthetics will be outlined. Such is the venerable thesis of the traditional aesthetic that dufrenne recalls with. A different type of phenomenology, the phenomenology of essences, developed from a tangential continuation of that of the logische untersuchungen. Jadranka skorinkapovs book is a contribution to the discussion of what, after german idealism, phenomenology, and its development in, for instance, french 20th century philosophy, can be considered as aesthetic experience.
It concentrates neither on the subject of experience nor on the object of experience but on the point of contact at which being and consciousness meet edie, 1962, p. In exploring the bodys crucial and complex role in aesthetic experience, i previ. Abstract this thesis discusses mikel dufrennes view presented in the phenomenology of aesthetic experience 1953 that the aesthetic experience is a fundamental aspect of human existence, which is valuable in its own right because it conveys truth. In the first of four parts, dufrenne distinguishes the aesthetic object from the work of art. The phenomenology of aesthetic experience by mikel dufrenne. Levinas in france, unamuno in spain, and tymieniecka, in the.
But if one began without those interests and with an understanding of the phenomenological style of. Aesthetics as phenomenology indiana university press. This latter kind really reproduces the work of art anew. Bateson explained that uhen ue distinguish pleroma e. The phenomenological character of aesthetic experience. Dufrenne mikel phenomenology of aesthetic experience. Since aesthetic experience takes place in a subject, more precisely in a spectatorsubject,dufrenne stresses the aspect ofthe recipient and not that ofthe producer ofarte the aesthetic object is the work ofart accomplished by aesthetic perception. The phenomenology of aesthetic experience northwestern. The aesthetic experience of nature and hermeneutic phenomenology article pdf available in the journal of environmental education march 2016 with 369 reads how we measure reads. Possessed by a reverence for experience, it conforms to nursings valuing. In the first of four parts, dufrenne distinguishes the aesthetic object from.
Jerrold levinson, distinguished university professor department of philosophy i argue that nature ought to be preserved because its existence is required for a. The phenomenology of aesthetic experience studies in. Mikel dufrenne 9 february 1910, in clermont, oise 10 june 1995, in paris was a french philosopher and aesthetician. He is known as an author of existentialism and is particularly noted for the work the phenomenology of aesthetic experience. The phenomenology of aesthetic experience mikel dufrenne. The contributions in this series approach the field of psychology as a human science through a utilization of the. It is intended to aid teachers in planning aesthetic experiences. Pdf phenomenological approaches in psychology and health. Historically, phenomenology began in edmund husserls theory of mathematics and logic, went on to focus for him on transcendental rst philosophy and for others on metaphysics, philosophical anthropology, and theory of interpretation.
Phenomenology is a philosophy, an approach, and a method. Phenomenology of practice meaninggiving methods in phenomenological research and writing max van manen walnut creek, california van manen phenomenology of db 3 2242014 11. The papers main focus is the aesthetic experience, which is treated in a hermeneutic way and elucidated from classical sources and the philosophy of nursing and from art. Mikel dufrenne was a french philosopher and aesthetician. It stresses that only those that have experienced phenomena can communicate them to the outside world. Rather than denying it, my aim in this paper is to affirm montaignes and guyaus aesthetic at tention to the body but also to render it more sys tematic. More specifically, this phenomenology of practice is meant to refer to the practice of phenomenological research and writing that reflects.
Connecting aesthetic experience with our experience of nature or with other cultural artifacts, aesthetics as phenomenology focuses on what art means for cognition, recognition, and affecthow art changes our everyday disposition or behavior. Mikel dufrenne is the author of the phenomenology of aesthetic experience 3. Changshan huang this thesis is an attempt to establish a practical way for architectural designers to. The model of phenomenological balance attempts to explain the aesthetic response by accepting all the major philosophical interpretations of the aesthetic experience as legitimate articulations of essential components one encounters when confronting a work of art. The point of phenomenology is to get straight to the pure and unencumbered vision of what an experience essentially is. Other readers will always be interested in your opinion of the books youve read. Westminsterjohn knox press, 2007, 200 aidan nichols, o. The experience of the way we live situationally, the way we are personal beings in space patocka, 1998, p. By attempting to combine rationalism and empiricism into a coherent. There is the obvious sense of the phenomenology of doingwhat it is like to act in a certain wayand the difference in what it is like between doing one thing and doing another.
Middleaged korean womens experience of breast cancer and mastectomy 6. Aesthetic experience and aesthetic object monoskop. Choosing phenomenology as a guiding philosophy for nursing. Click on a datetime to view the file as it appeared at that time. Dufrenne and the virtual as an aesthetic categoryin. The paper argues that the pioneers used the term art of nursing in a metaphorical way to say something more specific on. Phenomenological approaches in psychology and health sciences article pdf available in qualitative research in psychology 103. The phenomenology of aesthetic experience spep studies in. The aesthetic principles of soundscape in architectural design and built environment. The division of our symposium into three sections is justified by the fact that phenomenology, from husserl, heidegger, moritz geiger, ingarden, in germany and poland, merleauponty, paul ricoeur, e. Pleroma is the name of that unliving, lifeless uorld, uhich in itself contains and makes no distinctions.1456 1517 211 87 434 1442 452 331 435 1266 555 932 187 282 460 229 374 1436 1031 1381 586 101 233 507 817 292 1436 280 277 810 274