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Reception Aesthetics

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Robert C. Holub

Encyclopedia of Aesthetics (2 ed.)

Reference type:
Subject Reference
Current Version:
2014
Subject:
Art & Architecture, Philosophy
Length:
3,656 words

...criticism. In general, Marxism represents for him an outmoded approach to literature, related to an older positivist paradigm. Yet, Jauss also recognizes in this body of criticism, especially in the writings of less orthodox Marxists such as Werner Krauss, Roger Garaudy, and Karel Kosík, a fundamentally correct concern with the historicity of literature. The formalists, on the other hand, are credited with introducing aesthetic perception as a theoretical tool for exploring literary works. Yet, Jauss also detects in their works the tendency to isolate art from...

Reception theory

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Encyclopedia of Rhetoric

Reference type:
Subject Reference
Current Version:
2006
Subject:
Language reference, Linguistics
Length:
3,991 words

...and Formalism. For Jauss, Marxism represented an outmoded approach to literature, related to an older positivist paradigm. Yet Jauss also recognized in this body of criticism, especially in the writings of less orthodox Marxists like Werner Krauss , Roger Garaudy , and Karel Kosík , a fundamentally correct concern with the historicity of literature. The Formalists, on the other hand, are credited with introducing aesthetic perception as a theoretical tool for exploring literary works. However, Jauss also detected in their works the tendency to isolate...

Reception Aesthetics

Reception Aesthetics   Reference library

Encyclopedia of Aesthetics

Reference type:
Subject Reference
Current Version:
2008
Subject:
Art & Architecture, Philosophy
Length:
3,601 words

...In general, Marxism represents for him an outmoded approach to literature, related to an older positivist paradigm. Yet, Jauss also recognizes in this body of criticism, especially in the writings of less orthodox Marxists such as Werner Krauss , Roger Garaudy , and Karel Kosík, a fundamentally correct concern with the historicity of literature. The Formalists, on the other hand, are credited with introducing aesthetic perception as a theoretical tool for exploring literary works. Yet, Jauss also detects in their works the tendency to isolate art from...

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