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BIBLIOGRAPHY

1. Sources: Père André, Oeuvres philosophiques du Père
André,
ed. Victor Cousin (Paris, 1843). Aristotle, Metaphys-
ics,
III, 13; Problemata, XVII, 1. 915b; Poetics, Chs. 6-8.
Saint Augustine, City of God, X, 14; Confessions, IV, 13,
15; X, 27; XI, 18; De musica; De Trinitate, VI, 10; VIII,
6; X, 1; Epistolae, I, 3. René Bray, La formation de la
doctrine classique en France
(Paris, 1927), p. 127; translated
by Herbert Dieckmann. Edmund Burke, A Philosophical
Enquiry into the Origin of our Ideas of the Sublime and
Beautiful,
ed. J. T. Boulton (London, 1958), p. 119. Denis
Diderot, Oeuvres esthétiques, ed. Paul Vernière (Paris, 1965).
Étienne Gilson, Introduction à l'étude de Saint Augustin
(Paris, 1929), pp. 272-73; translated by Herbert Dieckmann.
Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, Aesthetics (1835). Henry
Home (Lord Kames), The Elements of Criticism, 2 vols.
(Edinburgh, 1788), I, 208. David Hume, Essays moral, polit-
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ed. T. H. Green and T. H. Grose, 2 vols.
(London, 1882), I, 268-69; idem, A Treatise of Human Nature,
The Philosophical Works,
ed. Green and Grose (London,
1886), II, 96. Francis H. Hutcheson, An Enquiry into the
Original of our Ideas of Beauty and Virtue
(1725). All
quotations are from Treatise I: “Of Beauty, Order, Harmony,
Design.” Immanuel Kant, Kant's Critique of Aesthetic Judg-
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trans. J. C. Meredith (Oxford, 1911). Plato, Hippias
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2. Further Readings. Bernard Bosanquet, A History of
Aesthetic
(London and New York, 1892). E. F. Carritt, The
Theory of Beauty,
6th ed. (London and New York, 1962);
idem, What is Beauty? (Oxford, 1932). Katharine E. Gilbert
and Helmut Kuhn, A History of Esthetics (New York, 1953).
Water J. Hipple, Jr., The Beautiful, the Sublime, & the
Picturesque in Eighteenth-Century Aesthetic Theory
(Car-
bondale, 1957). H. R. Jauss, ed., Die Nicht Mehr Schönen
Künste. Grenzphänomene des Aesthetischen
(Munich,
1968). William A. Knight, The Philosophy of the Beautiful,
2 vols. (New York, 1898). Charles Lalo, Introduction à
l'esthétique
(Paris, 1912); idem, Notions d'esthétique (Paris,
1960). Charles Lévêque, La Science du beau, 2 vols. (Paris,
1872). George Santayana, The Sense of Beauty (New York,
1896). K. H. von Stein, Die Entstehung der neueren Ästhetik
(Stuttgart, 1886). Robert Zimmermann, Geschichte der
Aesthetik als Philosophischer Wissenschaft,
2 vols. (Vienna,
1858). The translation of Fénelon is by the author of this
article.

HERBERT DIECKMANN

[See also Art and Play; Beauty; Creativity; Neo-Platonism;
Platonism; Romanticism; Sublime; Taste.]

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