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https://doi.org/10.21464/fi41301

What More Can Phenomenology Do?

Predrag Finci ; 30 Newlands Place, Barnet, EN5 2SX, UK


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Abstract

Our time has seen the end of the “big narrative”, the era in which there are no reliable criteria, making it difficult to establish what can and cannot be considered art. Phenomenology has conveyed very clear views on this matter. Its most prominent representatives draw attention even nowadays. Can philosophies that use the phenomenological method offer answers on the nature of the arts, what art is, and its essence? The author claims that this is still possible, but with the realisation regarding different aesthetic experiences and the new historical and social situation.

Keywords

phenomenology, essence, art, situation, aesthetics

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264355

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https://hrcak.srce.hr/264355

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