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by Burton Raffel
Publisher: Penn State University Press (August 6, 1991)
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Artists All is a spirited defense-against specialization, materialism, and relative philistinism of the contemporary .
Artists All is a spirited defense-against specialization, materialism, and relative philistinism of the contemporary academic marketplace-of the ideals and conceptions of post-enlightenment art and esthetics, of artistic individuality and the essentially modern idea of originality. Frederick Turner, University of Texas, Dallas. Burton Raffel is Distinguished Professor of Humanities at the University of Southwestern Louisiana, Lafayette.
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In Artists All Burton Raffel demonstrates that the creative force in th. .Release Date: May 2005. Publisher: Pennsylvania State University Press. Weight: . 6 lbs. Dimensions: . " x . ". You Might Also Enjoy. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.
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In Artists All Burton Raffel demonstrates that the creative force in the natural and social sciences is essentially .
Burton Raffel is Distinguished Professor of Humanities at the University of Southwestern Louisiana, Lafayette.
In Artists All Burton Raffel demonstrates that the creative force in the natural and social sciences is essentially the same as the creative energies of the arts; that the arts and aesthetic experiences frequently inspire insight in scientists and sociologist; that the arts. Похожие книги: Science Discoveries on the Net : An Integrated Approach. Anthony D. Fredericks. Turn kids onto science with these exciting Internet le. т 4085. The Passion-Play at Ober-Ammergau; Isabel Burton. Воспроизведено в оригинальной авторской орфографии. от 576. The Art of Translating Prose.
Burton Nathan Raffel (April 27, 1928 – September 29, 2015) was an American translator, a poet and a teacher
Burton Nathan Raffel (April 27, 1928 – September 29, 2015) was an American translator, a poet and a teacher. He is best known for his translation of Miguel de Cervantes' Don Quixote, as well as classic poetry like Beowulf, poems by Horace, or Gargantua and Pantagruel. Raffel was born in New York City in 1928. An alumnus of James Madison High School in Brooklyn, New York (1944), Raffel was educated at Brooklyn College (. 1948), Ohio State University (. 1949), and Yale Law School (L.
Burton Raffel is a translator, poet, and scholar whose major translations include The Canterbury Tales, Beowulf, Don Quijote, The Red and the Black, and Gargantua and Pantagruel. He has also annotated several Shakespeare plays for Yale University Press. He was the Distinguished Professor Emeritus of Arts and Humanities and emeritus professor of English at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette until 2003. He lives in Louisiana.
Basic human drives—curiosity, passion, the need to provide shape and structure, the excitement of discovery—underlie all human creativity. Different minds and sensibilities necessarily focus on different aspects of human experience. However, in our educational systems and professional lives, we give undue and untrue emphasis to our differences rather than to our similarities. In Artists All Burton Raffel demonstrates that the creative force in the natural and social sciences is essentially the same as the creative energies of the arts; that the arts and aesthetic experiences frequently inspire insight in scientists and sociologist; that the arts themselves, though mutually untranslatable, share a deep unity; that disciplinary boundaries and divisions can frequently stunt creativity; that "what we chose to call artistic creativity is nothing more or less than the heightened engagement of human beings with themselves, their fellows, and their environment"; and that there is always "a link between what artists produce and their stance toward their society's place and posture in the world."
When used to define intellectual disciplines, the very word Interdisciplinary is a misnomer, almost a contradiction in terms, Raffel contends, because it implies boundaries rather than interconnectedness and interrelationships. Since it is his own primary concern, Raffel uses literature as a touchstone, analyzing its relationships with social science, natural science, music, and the visual arts. He then provides practical recommendations, addressed to the academic community as a whole, about ways of restructuring universities to reflect functioning interdisciplinary realities rather than convenient but artificial and seriously constrictive disciplinary boundaries. Written with humor and sensitivity, Artists All makes a significant contribution to current thinking about higher education.
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