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In this wide-ranging book, renowned philosopher and cultural theorist Peter Sloterdijk examines art in all its rich and varied forms: from music to architecture, light to movement, and design to typography. Moving between the visible and the invisible, the audible and the inaudible, his analyses span the centuries, from ancient civilizations to contemporary Hollywood. With great verve and insight he considers the key issues that have faced thinkers from Aristotle to Adorno, looking at art in its relation to ethics, metaphysics, society, politics, anthropology and the subject. Sloterdijk…mehr

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In this wide-ranging book, renowned philosopher and cultural theorist Peter Sloterdijk examines art in all its rich and varied forms: from music to architecture, light to movement, and design to typography. Moving between the visible and the invisible, the audible and the inaudible, his analyses span the centuries, from ancient civilizations to contemporary Hollywood. With great verve and insight he considers the key issues that have faced thinkers from Aristotle to Adorno, looking at art in its relation to ethics, metaphysics, society, politics, anthropology and the subject. Sloterdijk explores a variety of topics, from the Greco-Roman invention of postcards to the rise of the capitalist art market, from the black boxes and white cubes of modernism to the growth of museums and memorial culture. In doing so, he extends his characteristic method of defamiliarization to transform the way we look at works of art and artistic movements. His bold and original approach leads us away from the well-trodden paths of conventional art history to develop a theory of aesthetics which rejects strict categorization, emphasizing instead the crucial importance of individual subjectivity as a counter to the latent dangers of collective culture. This sustained reflection, at once playful, serious and provocative, goes to the very heart of Sloterdijk s enduring philosophical preoccupation with the aesthetic. It will be essential reading for students and scholars of philosophy and aesthetics and will appeal to anyone interested in culture and the arts more generally.

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  • Verlag: John Wiley & Sons
  • Seitenzahl: 300
  • Erscheinungstermin: 23.05.2017
  • Englisch
  • ISBN-13: 9780745699905
  • Artikelnr.: 52556663
Autorenporträt
Sloterdijk, PeterPeter Sloterdijk wurde am 26. Juni 1947 als Sohn einer Deutschen und eines Niederländers geboren. Von 1968 bis 1974 studierte er in München und an der Universität Hamburg Philosophie, Geschichte und Germanistik. 1971 erstellte Sloterdijk seine Magisterarbeit mit dem Titel Strukturalismus als poetische Hermeneutik. In den Jahren 1972/73 folgten ein Essay über Michel Foucaults strukturale Theorie der Geschichte sowie eine Studie mit dem Titel Die Ökonomie der Sprachspiele. Zur Kritik der linguistischen Gegenstandskonstitution. Im Jahre 1976 wurde Peter Sloterdijk von Professor Klaus Briegleb zum Thema Literatur und Organisation von Lebenserfahrung. Gattungstheorie und Gattungsgeschichte der Autobiographie der Weimarer Republik 1918-1933 promoviert. Zwischen 1978 und 1980 hielt sich Sloterdijk im Ashram von Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh (später Osho) im indischen Pune auf. Seit den 1980er Jahren arbeitet Sloterdijk als freier Schriftsteller. Das 1983 im Suhrkamp Verlag publizierte Buch Kritik der zynischen Vernunft zählt zu den meistverkauften philosophischen Büchern des 20. Jahrhunderts. 1987 legte er seinen ersten Roman Der Zauberbaum vor. Sloterdijk ist emeritierter Professor für Philosophie und Ästhetik der Staatlichen Hochschule für Gestaltung in Karlsruhe und war in Nachfolge von Heinrich Klotz von 2001 bis 2015 deren Rektor.
Inhaltsangabe
Contents

I. WORLD OF SOUND
La musique retrouvée
Remembrance of Beautiful Politics
Where Are We When We Hear Music?

II. IN THE LIGHT
Clearing and Illumination. Notes on the Metaphysics, Mysticism and Politics of Light
Illumination in the Black Box: On the History of Opacity

III. DESIGN
The Right Tool for Power: Observations on Design as the Modernization of Competence
On the Charisma of Symbols
For a Philosophy of Play

IV. CITY AND ARCHITECTURE
The City and its Negation: An Outline of Negative Political Theory.
Architects Do Nothing But 'Inside Theory': Peter Sloterdijk in conversation with Sabine Kraft and Nikolaus Kuhnert
For a Participatory Architecture - Notes on the Art of Daniel Libeskind with reference to Maurice Merleau-Ponty and Paul Valéry

V. CONDITIO HUMANA
Essay on the Life of the Artist: Heretics Wastrels Falls/Cases Inhabitants
Confessions of a Loser
Minima Cosmetica - An Essay on Self-Aggrandizement.

VI. MUSEUM
The Museum - School of Disconcertment
World Museum and World's Fair

VII. ART SYSTEM
'I tell you: one must still have chaos in oneself'
Art is folding into itself
Emissaries of Violence - On the Metaphysics of Action Cinema
Good-For-Nothing Returns Home or The End of an Alibi - and A Theory of the End of Art
Afterword by Peter Weibel: Sloterdijk and the Question of Aesthetics
Notes
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"The Aesthetic Imperative crystalizes and intensifies the already formidable force of Sloterdijk's corpus. By working through the history of philosophy we discover that the bourgeois subject's capacity to discern the beautiful is at once an art of self-formation and a beautiful form of the self. This is not one more book on the relation between art and politics: it redefines the polity as a singular account of a beauty beyond art, and redefines the aesthetic by way of a subjectivity that is on its way to being political."
Claire Colebrook, Penn State University