COURSE TITLE

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COURSE CODE

PHIL

COURSE TYPE

Must

COURSE SEMESTER

4.

COURSE CREDIT

National Credit:  3                          ECTS: 4

DEPARTMENT

Philosophy

FACULTY MEMBER/MEMBERS THAT GIVE THE COURSE

Associate Proffesor Dr. Metin BAL

POSTAL ADDRESS

Felsefe Bölümü, Dokuz Eylül Üniversitesi,

Edebiyat Fakültesi Tınaztepe Yerleşkesi,

PK: 35260 , İzmir Türkiye, Tel: ++ 90 (232) 412 79 03  - , Fax: ++ 90 (232) 453 90 93

E-mail: balmetin@gmail.com

Web: www.metinbal.net

AIMS OF THE COURSE, LEARNING OUTCOMES, LEARNING METHODS, TEACHING AND LEARNING MATERIALS

AIMS OF THE COURSE

 To instruct participants development of philosophy of art

LEARNING OUTCOMES OF THE COURSE

ACQUIRED KNOWLEDGE

 Theories of major philosophers concerning aesthetics and philosophy of art

ACQUIRED CAPABILITIES

TEACHING METHODS

Theoretical teaching supported by oral presentations

TEACHING MATERIALS

Recommended textbooks

GRADING AND EVALUATION PROCEDURES FOR THE COURSE

The student will be graded according to one written midterm and one written final exams.

COURSE CONTENTS AND PLANNING

Week

Theory                                                                                                                  

1

Art in ancient world

 

2

Antique concept of art

 

3

Platon’s theory of art

 

4

Aristotles’ poetics

 

5

Art in middle age

 

6

Renaissance, Gotic and Baroque art

 

7

Baumgarten's aesthetics and birth of philosophy of art in modern age

 

8

Kant 

 

9

Schiller  

 

10

Schelling

 

11

Hegel

 

12

Heidegger

 

13

Lukacs and Brecht:   Mother Courage and Her Children

 

14

Adorno and Benjamin

 

15

Derrida and postmodernism

 

Textbooks and Recommended reading

1

Aristoteles  (2003) Poetika (Şiir Sanatı Üstüne) , çev. Samih Rıfat, İstanbul: K Kitaplığı 25.

2

Jaeschke, Walter (Hg.) (1999) Der Streit Um die Romantik (1820-1854), Mit Texten von V.Eichendorff, Feuerbach, Fichte, Hegel, Heine, Schlegel u.a. und Kommentar, Hamburg: Felix Meiner Verlag.

3

Berlin, Isaiah (2004)   Romantikliğin Kökleri, Güzel Sanatlar Üzerine, hazırlayan: Henry Hardy, çev. Mete Tunçay, İstanbul: Yapı Kredi Yayınları.

4

Cheney, Sheldon (1958)Expressionism in Art, Revised Edition with 210 illustrations, New York: Liveright Publishing Corporation.

5

Crowther, Paul (1996) Critical Aesthetics and Postmodernism, Oxford: Clarendon Press.

6

Faden, Gerhard (1986) Der Schein der Kunst, Zu Heideggers Kritik der Ästhetik, Würzburg: Verlag Dr. Johannes Königshausen und Dr. Thomas Neumann.

7

Osborne, Harold (1970) Aesthetics and Art Theory, An Historical Introduction, E.P. Dutton, New York.

8

Oskay, Ünsal (1985) Estetik ve Politika, Ernst Bloch, Georg Lukasc, Bertolt Brecht, Walter Benjamin, Theodor Adorno, Fredric Jameson., Derleyen Ünsal Oskay, İstanbul: Eleştiri Yayınları.

9

Hegel G. W. F. (1975) Aesthetics, Lectures on Fine Art , tr. by T.M.Knox, Vol.I, Oxford: The Clarendon Press.

10

Schiller, Frederic (1982) On the Aesthetic Education of Man,  trs. by Wilkinson, E. M, and Villoughby, L. A., Oxford: Clarendon Press.

11

Lukacs, Georg (1979) Goethe and His Age, tr by Robert Anchor, London:  Merlin Press.

12

Kraft B. Peter (1984) Das anfängliche Wesen der Kunst, Zur Bedeutung von Kunstwerk, Dichtung und Sprache im Denken Martin Heideggers, Frankfurt am Main: Verlag Peter Lang.

EXAMS

One written midterm and one written final exams

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