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Bunt mas i inne pisma socjologiczne. Front Cover. José Ortega y Gasset. Państwowe Wydawnictwo Naukowe, – pages. Title, Bunt mas. Author, José Ortega y Gasset. Translated by, Piotr Niklewicz. Publisher, Muza, ISBN, , Length, pages. Title, Bunt mas. Author, José Ortega y Gasset. Publisher, Muza, ISBN, , Length, pages. Export Citation, BiBTeX.

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The latter made him internationally famous. Through it, we can expand human consciousness and develop 22 Ibid. It is thus connected with the disappearance of the obviousness of communication and of methods for the manifestation of truth in works of art.

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Ortega y Gasset identified this aesthetic object of the new art with a metaphoric object. The audience immediately divides itself into two groups: This, in our opinion, was the approach of both Gadamer and Ortega y Gasset. The Ortega hypothesisbased on a quote in The Revolt of the Massesstates that average or mediocre scientists contribute substantially to the advancement of science. See all free Kindle reading apps.

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Every experience of this art is alienating in the sense that while in contact with it, the viewer is left to his own mws. This entry has no external links. Liberalism portal Politics portal. Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy. In Ortega’s words, humans have “no nature, but history” and reason should not focus on what is static but what becomes dynamic.

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It is not an elite phenomenon, designed for a narrow audience, but rather seizes the attention of viewers in the form of a sensation of authenticity, which is always current and modern.

Gasset – – Princeton University Press. It is important here to emphasise along with Gadamer that this is a question of a real experience that transforms the interpreter. Contemporary artists broke away from the art of the past because a new type of viewer had appeared.

It seems that the process of dehumanisation did not deprive art of all sense. Szkice wybrane [Reason, word, history. This breakthrough concerned the emergence of new forms and new content in artistic presentations, as well as the oetega understanding of the role of art, the relative positions of artist and viewer, and the status of works of art.

Gadamer, Estetyka i hermeneutyka, op.

Ortega y Gasset seems to occupy the opposite pole; for him, art is frivolous, ironic game lacking a metaphysical dimension.

International Journal of Philosophy 16 1: Be the first to review gaeset item Would you like to tell us about a lower price? The Revolt of the Masses is Ortega’s best known work. Introduction In undertaking an attempt at philosophical reflections on contemporary art today, it is impossible to ignore the changes that took place in human artistic activity in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries in Ma.

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Bunt mas i inne pisma socjologiczne

Gadamer, Hans-Georg, Koniec sztuki? This page was last edited on 23 Decemberat What ended irrevocably was the art of the past. The end of traditional art irrevocably closed a certain chapter in the history of human artistic activity, but it also opened completely new horizons. Gadamer, Estetyka i hermeneutyka, p.

Ortega y Gasset, an Outline of His Philosophy. Cichowicz introductionWarsawp. We still have not dealt with the issues of its essence, meaning and function.

Thus, the Spanish philosopher is close to the postmodern recognition of art as a free-and-easy krtega game. Haddox – – Southwestern Journal of Philosophy 2 3: Ortega y Gasset’s influence was considerable, not only because many sympathized with his philosophical writings, but also because those writings did not require that the reader be well-versed in technical philosophy.