Peirce's Esthetics of Freedom

Possibility, Complexity, and Emergent Value
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ISBN-13:
9780820418988
Einband:
Buch
Erscheinungsdatum:
01.03.1993
Seiten:
360
Autor:
Roberta Kevelson
Gewicht:
659 g
Format:
237x161x27 mm
Serie:
12, New Studies in Aesthetics
Sprache:
Englisch
Beschreibung:

Contents: Freedom's Faces - Human Affairs - Exchange as Permutation: Stuff and Nonsense - Experiment's End - Musement.
According to Peirce, the value of the idea of freedom arises only to oppose the idea of necessity. Freedom emerges as a working value, a primary esthetic principle, in response to that which is perceived as fixed, determined, necessary, absolute. The idea of Freedom materializes, assumes a million appearances, wears its ten million masks... ...Freedom as the Freedom-to-Focus is a Peircean esthetic process that becomes realized through the three stages of Fragment/Fractal, Fact, Form. This triadic process corresponds to the semiotic functions of Icon, Index, Symbol. Freedom's course is nonlineal, self-corrective, dynamic, open: Freedom is the occasion for Chaos, and Chaos is the locus of Form.

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