Die Ästhetik Europas: Ideen und Illusionen

How has Europe been perceived throughout its varied history? This volume shows that Europe was not, and is not, just a political project, but rather since the antique, has always also been an aesthetic project. Perspectives from art history, musicology, the history of medicine, theology, pedagogy, s...

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Published in:Ästhetik und Bildung
Other Authors: Bubmann, Peter 1962-; Liebau, Eckart 1949-
Format: Electronic Book
Language:German
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Published: Bielefeld transcript-Verlag [2016]
In:Ästhetik und Bildung
Series/Journal:Ästhetik und Bildung Band 10
Standardized Subjects / Keyword chains:B Europe / Aesthetic education
B Europe / Educational theory / Culture sociology
B Educational theory
B Culture sociology
Further subjects:B Collection of essays
B Art
B Cultural history
B Ästhetische Bildung
B Education
B Pedagogics
B Aesthetics
B Culture sociology
B Educational theory
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Summary:How has Europe been perceived throughout its varied history? This volume shows that Europe was not, and is not, just a political project, but rather since the antique, has always also been an aesthetic project. Perspectives from art history, musicology, the history of medicine, theology, pedagogy, sociology and theater studies complement one another to create a multifaceted image of the continent, in which the aim was and still is to use the arts and aesthetic education to confront the real fragmentation in various eras. In times of a growing critique of Europe, this book is of great importance for the current moment.
Wie wurde Europa in seiner wechselvollen Geschichte wahrgenommen? Dieser Band zeigt: Europa war und ist nicht nur ein politisches, sondern seit der Antike immer auch ein ästhetisches Projekt. Kunsthistorische, musikwissenschaftliche, theologische, pädagog
Format:Mode of access: Internet via World Wide Web.
ISBN:3839433150
Persistent identifiers:DOI: 10.14361/9783839433157