Agony and Epitaph

New York: G. Braziller (1970)
The measure of man.--What philosophy is and does.--The vocation of consciousness.--The touch of art.--The voice of the dead wife.--The kin-consciousness of art.--The poem is not a symbol.--The poem is a symbol.--Being: the act of belonging.
Keywords Aesthetics  Human beings  Art Philosophy
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Call number BH39.H585 1970
ISBN(s) 0807605441
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