Tuštumos fenomenas. Tuštumos sklaida daoizme, fenomenologinėje filosofijoje, kinų ir vakarų estetikoje bei dailėje
Monograph (in Lithuanian)
This book offers a discussion on inspiring and insufficiently analyzed relationships between early classic Daoism, Western phenomenological philosophy, aesthetic Chinese ink landscape painting and Western modern painting. However, various trends towards modern Western philosophy and aesthetics have shown an increasing interest in the ideas of Daoism, Chan (Zen) thought, which recently has risen together with a growing scale of a varying cultural interchange between Eastern and Western philosophers, artists and art theorists. On the other hand, phenomenological ideas have also had an important influence on modernistic and post-modernistic Western aesthetics and art. The tendencies mentioned above unveil the relevance of the topic of the current research.
The monograph is based on different methodological approaches. Actually, the method of a phenomenological description has been considered as the most useful for effort to understand and uncover the phenomenon of emptiness as direct experience. A phenomenological approach is based on reduction and helps with avoiding stereotypes, which therefore is particularly suitable for analyzing different cultural traditions. Phenomenology, in this research, is treated not as a doctrine but as a way of accessing things without preconceived attitudes.
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