Bloomsbury History of Modern Aesthetics Perpetual Access

This collection delves into the history of aesthetics by bringing together hard-to-find sources from the eighteenth, nineteenth and early-twentieth centuries. Supported by new introductions and secondary literature, the newly-digitized primary texts open up our understanding of the history of modern aesthetics. They present a fascinating and varied range of ideas about art, nature and taste and make available the work by thinkers including Samuel Alexander, Alexander Baumgarten, R. G. Collingwood, William Gilpin, Georg Friedrich Meier, Anna Jameson, Richard Payne Knight, Uvedale Price and Friedrich Schiller.

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