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1. Dialogue and Universalism: Volume > 20 > Issue: 3/4
Ewa D. Bogusz-Bołtuć Editorial
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2. Dialogue and Universalism: Volume > 20 > Issue: 3/4
Bożena Kowalska, Lesław Kawalec Of Henryk Musiałowicz’s Art
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Alicja Kuczyńska, Maciej Bańkowski The Horizontal and the Vertical in Henryk Musiałowicz’s Artworks
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Renata Rogozińska, Lesław Kawalec The Icons of Hope. Henryk Musiałowicz
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Iwona Lorenc, Maciej Bańkowski Magical Metamorphoses in the Art of Henryk Musiałowicz
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Ernest Malik, Lesław Kawalec Musiałowicz: Point of Never-ending Quest
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Ewa Bogusz-Bołtuć The Architecture of One Painting
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Janusz Kuczyński, Maciej Bańkowski Henryk Musiałowicz. Ontology of Space and Color. An Enthusiast’s Commentary
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9. Dialogue and Universalism: Volume > 20 > Issue: 3/4
Piotr Schollenberger Aesthetic Experience and the Ideal Work of Art
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This essay discusses certain problems raised by Edmund Husserl’s conception of meaning with regard to the analysis of aesthetic experience. By referring to Jacques Derrida’s critique of phenomenological idealism I show that the metaphor of “stratification”, adopted by Husserl in his “Ideas” to a problem of discursive expression, if applied to the analysis of a work of art i.e. painting, allows to avoid the objection of “metaphysics of presence” commonly raised towards the phenomenological method.To present the major issue from the perspective of artistic practice, I interpret Honore de Balzac’s short story “Chef-d’oeuvre inconnu”. In conclusion I show that aesthetic consciousness establishes an affective and receptive dimension that is no longer logocentric. This is the main reason why modern phenomenology should focus on the problem of aesthetic experience.
10. Dialogue and Universalism: Volume > 20 > Issue: 3/4
Anna Szyjkowska-Piotrowska “Whereof We Cannot Speak, There Must We Paint.” The Role of Language in Art
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