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Refresh and try again. Open Preview See a Problem? Details if other :. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Mona Antohi Translator. Iconoclasmul inseamna pentru Alain Besancon mai mult decat un simplu curent al teologiei bizantine, el reprezinta o tema recurenta in cultura europeana. Primul ciclu iconoclast, cel vechi, cuprinde filozofia greaca, de la presocratici la Platon si Aristotel, interpretarile diferite date de catre evrei, musulmani si primii crestini interdictului biblic de a reprezenta divin Iconoclasmul inseamna pentru Alain Besancon mai mult decat un simplu curent al teologiei bizantine, el reprezinta o tema recurenta in cultura europeana.
Primul ciclu iconoclast, cel vechi, cuprinde filozofia greaca, de la presocratici la Platon si Aristotel, interpretarile diferite date de catre evrei, musulmani si primii crestini interdictului biblic de a reprezenta divinitatea, scrierile Parintilor Bisericii si disputa bizantina purtata in jurul imaginii divinului.
Al doilea ciclu, modern, debuteaza cu Calvin si jansenistii, parasind apoi teritoriul teologiei pentru a trece — prin Pascal, Kant si Hegel — in reflectia filozofica si apoi in doctrina violent iconoclasta a picturii abstracte, profesata de un Kandinsky sau Malevici.
Intreaga istorie a esteticii apare astfel, in viziunea autorului, ca o nesfarsita disputa privitoare la precaritatea imaginii in raport cu cuvantul, avand drept temei ideea rupturii radicale dintre transcendenta si manifestarile sale. O disputa pe care doua milenii de pictura europeana, prezenta in fundalul cartii, incearca s-o transeze, consolidand un statut mereu incert, mereu contestat, ce n-a impiedicat totusi aparitia atator capodopere.
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Rating details. More filters. Sort order. Ian rated it liked it May 27, Janice rated it liked it Feb 22, Jim Janknegt added it Sep 17, Leonardo rated it really liked it Aug 25, Maybe it's because I have my own book on iconoclasm floating unwritten in my head, but I thought this work was basically a massive vanity project, using years of history to unfurl a rather idosyncratic pet theory on modern art.
Very lopsided, too, betraying his own philosophical proclivities, and lacked good editing at times. Reading Aquinas, Kant, and Hegel is itself an exercise in thicket-cutting: a commentator and interpreter's job should be to make that work easier, not Eh Reading Aquinas, Kant, and Hegel is itself an exercise in thicket-cutting: a commentator and interpreter's job should be to make that work easier, not simply re-seed the thicket.
Also suffers throughout from a major confusion between iconoclasm as such, and the idea of whether or not God any god can be represented - these two things are related, definitely, but they're certainly not the same thing. In other words, he tinkers a little with the definition of iconoclasm to suit his own ends. Finally, though it never claims to be anything but an 'intellectual' history of iconoclasm, it seems that reducing iconoclasm which is very rarely an intellectual phenomenon, but more often a physical, even instinctual one to its philosophical underpinnings and ignoring its actual concrete manifestations, is not the best way to do justice to the concept.
The French revolutionaries who dismantled church sculptures probably didn't have Kant's theory of artistic creation on their minds. View 1 comment. Jessa added it May 27, Mary Harju rated it really liked it Jul 02, Kafkasfriend rated it really liked it Dec 13, Emil rated it really liked it Jan 06, Michelle Hoogterp marked it as to-read Apr 18, Iliescu-nastasiu Evelina marked it as to-read May 14, Sylvin added it Jun 09, Wattschosenseed added it Jun 14, Sylvin added it Jul 04, Marius Radulescu marked it as to-read Mar 09, Ilinca Damian rated it really liked it Mar 10, Robert rated it really liked it Mar 11, Harold marked it as to-read Mar 31, Apr 02, Adam DeVille, Ph.
One of the most cogently written and utterly fascinating studies of iconodulia and iconoclasm alike. Highly recommended especially for the general reader or those new to the burgeoning study of iconoclasm in the East-Roman Empire in the Middle Byzantine period. Robert Wechsler rated it really liked it Apr 21, Esmeray marked it as to-read Apr 25, Emma marked it as to-read Jun 03, Nick Ng marked it as to-read Jun 21, Annie marked it as to-read Jul 10, J rated it really liked it Sep 04, Dan Mayville marked it as to-read Dec 21, Lauren marked it as to-read Jan 10, Sara rated it it was amazing Apr 21, Bakunin marked it as to-read May 07, Elena marked it as to-read May 24, There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
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Imaginea interzisă : istoria intelectuală a iconoclasmului de la Platon la Kandinsky
Imaginea interzisa: istoria intelectuala a iconoclasmului de la Platon la Kandinsky