The Arts and Their Philosophies

The volumes in The Arts and Their Philosophies, edited by Joseph Margolis, include: overviews of such well-defined sub-disciplines as the philosophy of music, film, and literature; studies of important figures, schools, and movements; monographs on such topics as postmodernism, texts and interpretation, reference in fiction, and the methodology of art history; explorations of the intersection of the arts and other disciplines, such as feminism and interpretation, art and politics; and translations of major works.
934 reg

Aesthetic Legacies

Lucian Krukowski

264 pages
5.5 x 8.25

HC: 978-0-87722-972-8 $54.95 Dec 92

697 reg

Fire on the Earth

Anselm Kiefer and the Postmodern World

John C. Gilmour

272 pages

32 duotones, 11 color illustrations

PB: 978-0-87722-962-9 $30.95 Mar 92
HC: 978-0-87722-690-1 $49.95 Jun 90

For an audience

For an Audience

Paul Thom

256 pages
6 x 9

HC: 978-0-87722-991-9 $59.95 Nov 92

Morte dauthor

Morte d'Author

An Autopsy

H.L. Hix

224 pages

HC: 978-0-87722-734-2 $37.95 Oct 90

Sound sentiment

Sound Sentiment

An Essay on the Musical Emotions

Peter Kivy

304 pages
6 x 9

PB: 978-0-87722-677-2 $35.95 Oct 89
HC: 978-0-87722-641-3 $39.95 Oct 89