An Analytical Inquiry Into the Principles of Taste

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Luke Hansard, 1805 - Aesthetics - 471 pages
 

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Contents

Memoryartificial
9
Natural but unregulated
10
Prosers and Prattlers
11
Pleasures of Intellectin natural Objects
12
In the Coats of Animals
13
In the fine Arts
14
In Buildings Gardens Pieces of Water
15
General Principles of visible Beauty
16
Illustrated by particular Instances Deceptions
17
Mixed Qualities and Sensationshow separated
18
Adverse Opinions of Mr Price and Boileau
19
Grottesques
20
Mixed Qualities and Sensations further explained
21
Consequence of Mr Burkes Doctrine of Beauty
22
Mr Burkes System compared with that of Sir Jo shua Reynolds
23
Pope and Milton
24
English Verseits Nature and Character
25
OF HEARING
26
Sexual Predilectionstheir Influence and Effects
27
Force of Lightas reflected
28
As acting directly upon the Eye Mr Burkes Error
29
Darkness Mr Burkes Notion of it examined
30
Other Privations compared with
31
OF Touch I Its Modes and LimitsSmoothness 2 Sexual SympathiesIrritation
32
Their different Effects in Poetry
33
Titillation 4 Sir Joshua Reynoldss Position confirmed 5 Internal Stimuli 6 External Stimuli in Plants 7 Sensation of Plants organic Sensations in gener...
34
Vicious Modes of pronouncing Greek and Latin
35
Why they do not destroy the Character of Verse
36
Scepticism
40
Its Origin 12 Inverted Action of the Nerves Cessation 13 Various Pleasures of Cessation or inverted Action
42
Its Causes
55
Irritationits Effects on the Organ
62
Pastoral Love in Theocritus
65
Forms appropriate to Sculpture
66
Sculpturesque
67
Grottesque
68
Other distinct Characters
69
Classical
70
Romantic
71

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