List of topics in aesthetics


List of topics in aesthetics

List of topics in aesthetics.

(See also: List of aestheticians.)

* A Mathematician's Apology
* A Philosophical Enquiry into the Origin of Our Ideas of the Sublime and Beautiful
* Abhinavagupta
* Abstract Illusionism
* Abstract art
* Academic art
* Acquired taste
* Action painting
* Aesthetic relativism
* Aestheticism
* Aestheticization as propaganda
* Aestheticization of violence
* Aesthetics
* Aesthetics of music
* Aleksei Losev
* Alexander Gerard
* Alexander Gottlieb Baumgarten
* Alexander Nehamas
* Algernon Charles Swinburne
* Alienation effect
* Ambonoclast
* American Craftsman
* American Empire (style)
* American realism
* Anandavardhana
* Anglo-Japanese style
* Anti-art
* Antwerp Mannerism
* Antwerp school
* Aristotle
* Art Deco
* Art Deco in Durban
* Art and morality
* Art criticism
* Art for art's sake
* Art forgery
* Art movement
* Art of murder
* Art periods
* Artcore
* Arte Povera
* Arthur Danto
* Arthur Schopenhauer
* Arthur Schopenhauer's aesthetics
* Artist
* Artistic expression
* Artistic inspiration
* Artistic revolution
* Arts and Crafts movement
* Ashcan School
* August Wilhelm Schlegel
* Auto-destructive art
* Avant-Garde and Kitsch
* Axiology
* Barbizon school
* Bauhaus
* Bay Area Figurative Movement
* Beauty
* Benedetto Croce
* Beuron Art School
* Black Artists Group
* Black Arts Movement
* Brandywine School
* Bruce Lee
* Béla Balázs
* Calvin Seerveld
* Capitalist realism
* Carl Dahlhaus
* Catharsis
* Cellar door
* Characterism
* Chinoiserie
* Christopher Janaway
* Circulism
* Classical Realism
* Classicism
* Classificatory disputes about art
* Clive Bell
* Color-field Splash
* Color Field
* Comedy
* Community art
* Conceptual art
* Concrescentism
* Concrete art
* Constructivism (art)
* Contemporary Baroque Art
* Cool (aesthetic)
* Creativity
* Critique of Judgement
* Cubism
* Culture of Asia
* Cuteness
* Cynical realism
* Czech Cubism
* Dada
* Danube school
* Dau al Set
* David Hume
* De Stijl
* Death of the Author
* Decadence
* Decadent movement
* Decadentism
* Defastenism
* Definition of art
* Demon graphics
* Depiction
* Didacticism
* Directoire (style)
* Donkey's Tail
* Dragestil
* Déprimisme
* Eastern Group of Painters
* Edmund Burke
* Edmund Gurney
* Eduard Hanslick
* Either/Or
* Elegance
* Eli Siegel
* Empire (style)
* Emptyism
* English and Welsh
* Erotic art
* Esoteric Order of Art
* Essentially contested concept
* Exoticism
* Expression
* Expressionism
* Fact-value distinction
* Fauvism
* Feminist Art Movement
* Feminist literary criticism
* Ferdinand Gotthelf Hand
* Ferruccio Busoni
* Fiction
* Figuration Libre
* Florentine School
* Fluxus
* Forgery
* Form follows function
* Formalesque
* Formalism (art)
* Found object
* Francesco de Sanctis
* Francis Hutcheson (philosopher)
* François Hemsterhuis
* Friedrich Nietzsche
* Friedrich Schiller
* Funk art
* Futurism (art)
* Geometric abstraction
* Georg Anton Friedrich Ast
* Georg Brandes
* Georg Mehlis
* Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel
* George Dickie
* George Lansing Raymond
* George Santayana
* Georges Bataille
* Gjernes
* Gothic Romanticism
* Gotthold Ephraim Lessing
* Greek Revival architecture
* Gregory Currie
* Grotesque body
* Guild of Romanists
* Gutai group
* Haida Manga
* Hamid Dabashi
* Hans Pfitzner
* Harlem Renaissance
* Harmonices Mundi
* Heinrich Gustav Hotho
* Henri Focillon
* Hermann Theodor Hettner
* Heroic realism
* Hierarchy of genres
* Histogram equalization
* History of aesthetics (pre-20th-century)
* Hudson River School
* Hugh Kenner
* Human figure (aesthetics)
* Human physical appearance
* Humour
* Hypermodernism (art)
* Iki (aesthetic ideal)
* Imagination
* Immanuel Kant
* Impressionism
* Incoherents
* Inconnu Independent Art Group
* Inherently funny word
* Institutional Critique
* Institutional theory of art
* Intentional fallacy
* International Gothic
* International Typographic Style
* Irrealism (philosophy)
* Jack of Diamonds (artists)
* Jacques Maritain
* James DiGiovanna
* Jan Mukarovský
* Japanese aesthetics
* Japanese sound symbolism
* Jean-François Lyotard
* Jean Anthelme Brillat-Savarin
* Jerrold Levinson
* Jerry Farber
* Jo-ha-kyu
* Johann Friedrich Herbart
* Johann Gottfried Herder
* John Anderson (philosopher)
* John Hospers
* John Maeda
* Jonathan Edwards
* Joseph Addison
* Joseph Kosuth
* Junge Wilde
* Józef Kremer
* Karl Wilhelm Ferdinand Solger
* Karl Wilhelm Friedrich Schlegel
* Kendall Walton
* Kinetic art
* Kokoro
* Kung Fu (TV series)
* Kunstreligion
* Lalita Pandit
* Late Modernism
* Leo Tolstoy
* Leonid Stolovich
* Les Automatistes
* Les Nabis
* Lettrism
* Line of Beauty
* List of French artistic movements
* List of art movements
* List of culturally-linked qualities of music
* Literary criticism
* Littoral art
* Liu Xie
* Live-art
* Longinus (literature)
* Lookism
* Luminism (American art style)
* Lyrical Abstraction
* Madeleine Doran
* Makapansgat pebble
* Mani Kaul
* Margaret Magnus
* Marxist aesthetics
* Mathematical beauty
* Maurice Blanchot
* Max Black
* Maximalism
* Mazen Asfour
* Metaphor
* Metaphysical art
* Metarealism
* Michael Sprinker
* Mikhail Bakhtin
* Milan Damnjanovic (philosopher)
* Mimesis
* Mingei
* Minimalism
* Miyabi
* Modern expressionism
* Modernism
* Modular constructivism
* Monroe Beardsley
* Moscow Conceptualists
* Music
* Music philosophy
* Musica universalis
* Musicology
* Natural Design
* Naturalism (arts)
* Nelson Goodman
* Neo-Dada
* Neo-Futurists
* Neo-Gothic art movement
* Neo-baroque
* Neo-conceptual art
* Neo-expressionism
* Neo-figurative
* Neo-pop
* Neo-primitivism
* Neo-romanticism
* Neoclassicism
* Neomodern
* Neonouveau
* Nespelem (art)
* Neuroesthetics
* New Objectivity
* New York School
* New folk media
* Nihonga
* Northwest School (art)
* Norwich school
* Novalis
* Novgorod School
* Novísimos
* Nsumi
* Of the Standard of Taste
* On the Genealogy of Morality
* Op art
* Ornament (architecture)
* Orphism (art)
* Oscar Wilde
* Painters Eleven
* Panic Movement
* Papunya Tula
* Paragone
* Passionism
* Paul Haeberlin
* Paul de Man
* Pennsylvania Impressionism
* Performing arts
* Peter Lunenfeld
* Philistinism
* Philosophy and Literature
* Philosophy and literature
* Philosophy in a New Key
* Philosophy of Music
* Phonaesthetics
* Phonestheme
* Photoconceptualism
* Photogenic
* Photorealism
* Physical attractiveness
* Plasticien
* Poetics (Aristotle)
* Poetry
* Pop art
* Pornography
* Poshlost'
* Post-Futurism
* Post-Impressionism
* Post-painterly Abstraction
* Post-romanticism
* Postminimalism
* Postmodern art
* Poussinist
* Precisionism
* Primitivism
* Process Art
* Proletkult
* Psychology of art
* Ptolemy
* Punk visual art
* Puppetista
* Purism
* R. G. Collingwood
* Rasa (aesthetics)
* Rasquache
* Real live artist
* Realism (arts)
* Regionalism (art)
* Reinformation
* Relational Aesthetics
* Retroarchaeology
* Rhetoric (Aristotle)
* Rhyme
* Richard Meltzer
* Richard Shusterman
* Richard Wollheim
* Roger North (17th century)
* Roger Scruton
* Roger de Piles
* Roland Barthes
* Roman Ingarden
* Ronald Paulson
* Rudolf Arnheim
* Salon "Comparaisons"
* Sandhi
* Secessionism
* Secretism
* Seiz Breur
* Self-declared art movement
* Semiotics
* Semiotics of Ideal Beauty
* Sentimental poetry
* Sexual attraction
* Sexual selection
* Shibui
* Shin hanga
* Sienese School
* Sikh art and culture
* Social realism
* Socialist realism
* Sociology of art
* Sound poetry
* Sound symbolism
* Soviet Nonconformist Art
* Space art
* Spanish Eclecticism
* Stanley Cavell
* Stephen R. Marquardt
* Steven Poole
* Street poster art
* Stroganov School
* Stuckism
* Stuckism in America
* Stuckist demonstrations
* Stupid (art movement)
* Sublime (philosophy)
* Superfiction
* Superflat
* Supervenience
* Suprematism
* Susanne Langer
* Symbolism (arts)
* Symmetry (physical attractiveness)
* Symposium (Plato)
* Synchromism
* Søren Kierkegaard
* Sosaku hanga
* Tachisme
* Tansu
* Taruho Inagaki
* Taste (sociology)
* The Art Movements
* The Literary Mind and the Carving of Dragons
* The Origin of the Work of Art
* The Romantic Manifesto
* The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction
* The aestheticization of politics
* Theodor Mundt
* Theodor W. Adorno
* Thomas Reid
* Totalism (music)
* Transfer Art
* Transhumanist art
* Transmission art
* Trtl
* Tudor Vianu
* Udaiyan
* Ugliness
* Umberto Eco
* Utamakura
* Verism
* Vernon Lee
* Victor Cousin
* Vienna School of Fantastic Realism
* Virgil Aldrich
* Vissarion Belinsky
* Visual literacy
* Visual rhetoric
* Volcano School
* Vorticism
* Wabi-sabi
* Walter Benjamin
* Walter Pater
* Warren Shibles
* Washington Color School
* Western painting
* What Is Art?
* Wiener Moderne
* William Kurtz Wimsatt, Jr.
* Wolfgang Fritz Haug
* Woodlands Style
* Wladyslaw Tatarkiewicz
* Xiaozi
* Yabo
* Yiannis Psychopedis
* Yusuf Balasaghuni
* Yoga (art)
* Zaum
* Zeami Motokiyo
* Zhe School


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