Enthusiasm for the Sublime: about exercising aesthetic awareness and experiential learning

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Abstract

The implicit reason to design an aesthetic landscape is fairly simple. It is to beautify or at least to establish an appreciated response between man and landscape. There is however a vivid series of recent contributions (Berleant, 1992; Carlson, 2010; Meyer, 2008; Saito, 2010) that articulates a distinction between 'artistic aesthetics' against something we can indicate as... [Read more...]
Original languageEnglish
PublisherISPA; International Society for the Philosophy of Architecture
Media of outputOnline
Publication statusPublished - 2012

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Roncken, P. A. (Author). (2012). Enthusiasm for the Sublime: about exercising aesthetic awareness and experiential learning. Web publication/site, ISPA; International Society for the Philosophy of Architecture. Retrieved from http://edepot.wur.nl/238366