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(v) 16. V. Hayaert, Mens Emblematica et humanisme juridique. Le cas de Pegma cum narrationi-bus philsophicis de Pierre Coustau (1555) (2008) is the most important contemporary study. On the satirical subtexts of the emblems, ...
Author: Oren Ben-Dor
In engaging with the full range of 'the arts', contributors to this volume consider the relationship between law, justice, the ethical and the aesthetic. Art continually informs the ethics of a legal theory concerned to address how theoretical abstractions and concrete oppressions overlook singularity and spontaneity. Indeed, the exercise of the legal role and the scholarly understanding of legal texts were classically defined as ars iuris - an art of law - which drew on the panoply of humanist disciplines, from philology to fine art. That tradition has fallen by the wayside, particularly in the wake of modernism. But approaching art in that way risks distorting the very inexpressibility to which art is attentive and responsive, whilst remaining a custodian of its mystery. The novelty and ambition of this book, then, is to elicit, in very different ways, styles and orientations, the importance of the relationship between law and art. What can law and art bring to one another, and what can their relationship tell us about how truth relates to power? The insights presented in this collection disturb and supplement conventional accounts of justice; inaugurating new possibilities for addressing the origin of violence in our world.
Author: Vincent Robert-NicoudPublish On: 2018-09-11
(2001) Le Cinquiesme Livre : Actes du Colloque international de Rome (16–19 octobre 1998), ER 40, Geneva, Droz. ... Hayaert, V. (2008) Mens Emblematica et Humanisme juridique, le cas du Pegma cum narrationibus philosophicis de Pierre ...
Author: Vincent Robert-Nicoud
Category: Literary Criticism
In The World Upside Down Vincent Robert-Nicoud offers an account of the topos of the world upside-down in sixteenth-century French literature and visual culture with reference to the social, political, and religious turmoil of the period.
Author: Boston Mass, Athenaeum, librPublish On: 1878
2 v . 16 ° . Non - resistance . See Peace . Nonsense songs , stories , botany , and alphabets , See Lear ... Gratulatur Gymnasium M. P. Augustini ; Gratulatio bipartita a patribus capu . cinis , altera emblematica , altera bucolica ...
2 v . 16o . Non - resistance . See Peace . Nonsense songs , stories , botany , and alphabets , See Lear ... Gratulatur Gymnasium M. P. Augustini ; Gratulatio bipartita a patribus capucinis , altera emblematica , altera bucolica ...
1977 to present. Citations to articles from more than 1,000 periodicals in all Western languages, including all major architectural journals published in the U.S. and Great Britain, as well as most South American, European and Japanese architecture-related periodicals.
... in: Emblematica 16 (2008), Devices as 253269. YYYYY (Hg.): Andreae Alciati Contra vitam monasticam epistula. Andrea Alciato's Letter Against Monastic Life. Supplementa Humanistica Lovaniensia XXXVI. Übers. u. Kommentar v.
Author: Ingrid Hoepel
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
The art of the emblem is a pan-European phenomenon which developed in Western and Central Europe in the early modern period. It adopted meanings and motifs from Antiquity and the Middle Ages as part of a general humanistic impulse. Technological developments in printing that permitted the combination of letterpress with woodblock, and later copperplate, images, ensured that the emblem spread rapidly by way of printed collections. With time, emblematic ideas moved beyond Europe, conveying their insights and wisdom in the compact form of the book. These same books came to influence artists and designers working in the decoration of buildings, furniture, and household items, so that emblems entered personal life; they infiltrated festive culture, too. In such environments beyond the book, emblems were transported, adapted, and embedded in new functional contexts shaped by social, political, or religious conditions, but also by architectonical and regional art historical parameters. The results of these transformations are often of an intricate and complex meaning. The combination of word and image that constitutes the emblem still has resonance in contemporary art and architecture. The study of emblems allows us to look back at the collaborative endeavours of creative minds of earlier times from across Europe and beyond. At a time when that continent is under strain, and the world in general seeks to come to terms with globalization, emblems allow reflection on strongly shared cultural values and connections.
Author: University of Iowa. LibrariesPublish On: 1972
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