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Figural Philology : Panofsky and the Science of Things - by Adi Efal (Paperback)

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Though inspired by a Panofskyan legacy, this book diverges at certain points from Erwin Panofsky's declared objectives, and calls attention to several of aspects that were until now less accentuated in his intellectual reception. Insisting on the importance of iconology as a method for art history and the humanities in general, it shows how examining this promotes a cooperation between the history of art and the history of philosophy. It discusses whether Panofsky's method could be of use for general questions in the epistemology of the historical sciences that examine human works.

Figural Philology also shows that Panofsky shares affinities with twentieth-century romance philology. A reading of Panofsky's work alongside the philological enterprise of Erich Auerbach and several other authors demonstrates that a proper appropriation of the philological impulse can provide a way out of the methodological antimony still hanging between hyper-formalist and hyper-theoretical approaches to the history of art.

Number of Pages: 224
Genre: Philosophy
Series Title: Bloomsbury Studies in Continental Philosophy
Format: Paperback
Publisher: Bloomsbury USA Academic
Author: Adi Efal
Language: English
Street Date: April 19, 2018
TCIN: 53670466
UPC: 9781350067288
Item Number (DPCI): 248-13-1014
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