W. De Gruyter (1990)
AbstractArt treats appearance as appearance and thus does not want to be an illusion, but is true. [...] truths are illusions which we are oblivious of their being ...
" Nous Sentons, Nous; Eux, Ils Observant, Etudient Et Peignent." 1 Thus Denis Diderot's Classic Summary of What He Saw as the Paradox of Theater: Feelings Depicted on Stage Are Felt Only Off-Stage. Diderot, an Inescapable Presence, Whether Silent or Vocal, in the Debate on Theatrical Illusion2, Can Appropriately Open a Discussion on Brecht Not Simply Because of Brecht's. [REVIEW]Philip V. Brady
Illusion and Imagination: Derrida's Parergon and Coleridge's Aid to Reﬂection. Revisionary Readings of Kantian Formalist Aesthetics.Elinor S. Shaffer
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