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Józef Kremer (1806-1875) (Ars vetus et nova ; 25)

Maj, Jacek (Hrsg.)

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Translation of abstract (English)

Proceedings of from the international symposium organized on the occasion of the 200th birthday anniversary of Józef Kremer (2006) by the Jagiellonian University’s Art History Institute and the Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences.

This book brings together 24 articles on the life and work of Józef Kremer – an art historian, philosopher, aesthetician and psychologist – by scholars from Poland, Italy, Germany and Switzerland.

Kremer was a proponent of Hegelianism (later also its critic), and also the author of the first systematic treatise on aesthetics in Polish ("Letters from Kraków", 1843, 3 vols, 1855–1856). His "Journey to Italy" (5 vols., 1859–1864) was not only a popular lecture series on the history of art, but also – as was the case of Jacob Burckhardt’s work – a history of the author’s "inner soul", rich in philosophical and literary allusions. Kremer’s most important achievement in psychology was the systematic division of psychic phenomenons into the conscious and the unconscious (before Freud) as well as the treatment of anthropology as a science which probes the mutual relations between these two. By considering the act as the best source of information about a person, Kremer anticipated the position of Wilhelm Dilthey.

Contents:

Wojciech Bałus, Introduction

Józef Kremer, Autobiography

Isabel Röskau-Rydel, The Kremer family

Urszula Perkowska, Józef Kremer – a graduate and professor of the Jagiellonian University

Jerzy Starnawski, Remarks on the rector’s speech of Józef Kremer in 1870

Zbigniew Sudolski, Józef Kremer in the light of his diaries and correspondence

Julian Dybiec, Józef Kremer in Polish scholarly thought of the 19th and 20th centuries

Stanisław Borzym, Józef Kremer and Henryk Struve

Jan Woleński, Józef Kremer as a logician

Edmund Kowalski, The notion of ethics according to Józef Kremer

Bartłomiej Dobroczyński, Józef Kremer’s project of scientific psychology

Marta Kudelska, The culture and art of India according to Józef Kremer

Joachim Śliwa, Egypt and the Middle East according to Józef Kremer

Maria Kalinowska, The image of Greece in the writings of Józef Kremer

Joanna Ugniewska, Józef Kremer’s "Journey to Italy"

Jan Zieliński, Józef Kremer in Trieste

Luca Bernardini, Józef Kremer in Florence

Krzysztof Żaboklicki, Józef Kremer in Naples

Olga Płaszczewska, Literature and legend in Józef Kremer’s "Journey to Italy"

Olaf Krysowski, Józef Kremer and the Polish Romantics

Dariusz Pniewski, The relation of Józef Kremer and Cyprian Norwid. An outline of problem

Magdalena Saganiak, The elements of irrationalism in the aesthetics of Józef Kremer

Ryszard Kasperowicz, Jacob Burckhardt and Józef Kremer

Piotr Szubert, The statue as a spiritual apparition: on views of Józef Kremer on sculpture

Urszula Bęczkowska, Karol Kremer and Józef Kremer: the presence of the aesthetic concepts of the author of the 'Letters from Kraków' in the architectural and restoration work of the Krakow builders in the mid-19th century

Małgorzata Woźna-Stankiewicz, Józef Kremer’s views on music in the context of 19th-century musical culture

Document type: Book
Editors: Maj, Jacek
Publisher: Universitas
Place of Publication: Kraków
Date: 2007
Version: Secondary publication
Date Deposited: 07 Oct 2014 11:11
Faculties / Institutes: Research Project, Working Group > Individuals
DDC-classification: Arts
Architecture
Plastic arts, numismatics, ceramics, metalwork
Controlled Subjects: Kremer, Józef, Kulturphilosophie, Aufsatzsammlung
Subject (classification): Architecture
Artists, Architects
Aesthetics, Art History
Painting
Sculpture
Others
Countries/Regions: Germany, Switzerland, Austria
France
Italy
East Europe
Collection: ART-Dok Central and Eastern Europe
Additional Information: Mit Zsfassungen in engl. u. ital. Sprache. - Druckausgabe: Maj, Jacek (Hrsg.): Józef Kremer (1806-1875), Kraków: Universitas 2007 (Ars vetus et nova ; 25) ISBN 978-83-242-0748-0