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Edited by Lynne Tatlock
Cross-disciplinary perspectives on responses to material and spiritual loss in early modern Germany trace how individuals and communities registered, coped with, and made sense of deprivation through a spectrum of activities, often turning loss into gain and acquiring agency.
Subjects and Objects provides the philosophical groundwork for the determination of the limits of Abstraction in art. This involves extensive consideration of the subject-object relationship and properties of subjects and objects that pertain to making and apprehending works of art.
Edited by Alexander Lee, University of Luxembourg & the University of Warwick, Pit Péporté, University of Luxembourg, and Harry Schnitker, Maryvale Institute, Birmingham
Building on recent revisionist trends, this book offers a refreshing new perspective on the Renaissance and presents an invaluable examination of continuities and discontinuities from Petrarch to Machiavelli, from Giotto to Dürer, and from Italy to Burgundy, Bohemia and beyond.
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