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Lacan, Jacques 15, 105-12

Raphael35,38, 39, 55

Leonardo da Vinci 34, 36, 66

realism 79-82

Lessing, Gotthold Ephraim 124-6, 168 reality, art and 19-20 liberal arts 29 reason, universal 51 Lukacs, Georg 80-1 Renaissance 33-6 Lyotard, Jean-Fran90is 7, 160-5, 169 representations 163--4

Marx, Karl 57, 67-9, 140 Marxist aesthetics 78-a5 Matisse, Henri 75 melancholy 31-2, 154 metaphysics 8 Michelangelo 36, 65 mimesis 17, 33 Minimalist art 127 misrecognition 106-7 Modernist aesthetics 73, 122-6 Munch, Edvard 133 music 29, 168

Negri , Antonio 137-9 Newman, Barnett 5, 122, 161 , 163-4 . Nietzsche, Friedrich 14, 57--61 , 96-7,

144, 155--6, 171 Noumenon 52

order, beauty of 25 Other 45, 47, 49

painting as form of hysteria 168 as imitation 12 as philosophy 34 parergon 158 parody vs. pastiche 134-5 Pater, Walter 70-1 perspective 39 photography 89-90, 146-8 Picasso, Pablo 64 Plato 8-13, 151 Pliny the Elder 15 poetry 10-11 , 29, 126 Pop art 142-3 postmodernism 128

vs . modernism 132-5 Poussin, Nicolas 42 presentations 163-4 punctum 147

revaluation of all values 58 Romanticism 76-7

Sartre, Jean-Paul 110-12 Saussure, Ferdinand de 107-8, 136 schizophrenia 136, 168 School of Night 32 semiotic 151-3 semiotics 108 simulacrum 13--14, 58 simulation, aesthetics of 142 Situationists 117-19 Socialist Realism 85 Socrates 8-9 spatial arts 126 Spirit 54-5 Subject 38-9, 43, 107-8, 169-70

limits of 108-12 sublimation 65 sublime49 synaesthesia 7 4

technology 137-9 temporal succession 126 Trotsky, Leon 78, 79, 84-5 truth 15, 58, 98-100, 171 truth, art as happening of 98-100 Turner, Joseph 76

unconscious 62-6 undecidable art 159

Van Gogh, Vincent 99- 100, 104, 132,

159 Vasari, Giorgio 36 Velazquez, Diego 40- 1 visuality 111 , 166-7

Warhol, Andy 5, 132, 133 Wilde, Oscar 6, 71-2 will to power 60 Winckelmann, J.J. 124-5

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