The Crisis of Aesthetics and the “Death of the Landscape”
The reflection on the relationship between ethics and aesthetics proposed by Joseph Brodsky on 8 November 1987 on the occasion of his being awarded the Nobel Prize was both shrewd and profound. “Every new aesthetic reality”, says the writer, “makes man’s ethical reality more precise.”
KeywordsCultural Landscape Aesthetic Experience Urban Sphere Aesthetic Ideal Nobel Prize Award
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