EDWARD BULLOUGH PSYCHICAL DISTANCE PDF

In a Fog at Sea. Its peculiarity lies in that the personal character of the relation has been, so to speak, filtered. Perhaps the most obvious suggestion is that of actual spatial distance, i. Bullough and the Concept of Psychical Distance.

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In a Fog at Sea. Its peculiarity lies in that the personal character of the relation has been, so to speak, filtered. Perhaps the most obvious suggestion is that of actual spatial distance, i. Bullough and the Concept of Psychical Distance. On the contrary, it describes a personal relation, often highly emotionally coloured, but of a peculiar character.

The Aesthetic Experience of Video Games: In reality, the concordance will merely render him acutely conscious of his own jealousy; by a sudden reversal of perspective he will no longer see Othello apparently betrayed by Desdemona, but himself in an analogous situation with his own wife. Allusions to social institutions of any degree of personal importance — in particular, allusions implying any doubt as to their validity — the questioning of some generally recognised ethical sanctions, references to topical subjects occupying public attention at the moment, and such like, are all dangerously near the average limit and may at any time fall below it, arousing, instead of aesthetic appreciation, concrete hostility or mere amusement.

Sign in Create an account. One of the best known examples is to be found in our attitude towards the events and characters of the drama; they appeal to us like persons and incidents of normal experience, except that that side of their appeal, which would usually affect us in a directly personal manner, is held in abeyance. History of Western Philosophy.

As a rule, experiences constantly turn the same side edware us, namely, that which has the strongest practical force of appeal. The success and intensity of its appeal would seem, therefore, to stand in direct proportion to the completeness with which it corresponds with our intellectual and emotional peculiarities and the idiosyncracies of our experience.

According to Bullough, this distance lies between the self and affections or objects as the sources of those affections. Views Read Edit View history. The Concept of Psychical Distance.

By mere force of generalisation, a general truth or a universal ideal is so far distanced from myself that I fail to realise it concretely at all, or, when I do so, I can realise it only as part of my practical actual beingi. Crossley — — Idealistic Studies 3 1: It was a convention at the time that articles in the Caian were signed with initials only.

Paragraph numbering below has been added to facilitate class discussion. Eric vd Luft — — Evental Aesthetics 2 2: It has been cleared of the practical, concrete nature of its appeal, without, however, thereby losing its original constitution.

Usually, though not always, it amounts to the same thing to say that the Distance lies between our own self and bullough objects as are the sources or vehicles of such affections. Theoreticall y there is no limit to the decrease of Distance. They appeal to everybody and therefore to none. Consequently, this distanced view of things is not, and cannot be, our normal outlook. TOP Related Posts.

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EDWARD BULLOUGH PSYCHICAL DISTANCE PDF

Psychical distance Bullough capitalises the words is that which, in certain situations, "appears to lie between our own self and its affections, using the latter term in its broadest sense as anything which affects our being". He was buried at Woodchester Priory in Stroud. Prewar The Modern Conception of Aesthetics. Privately published. As compiler.

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‘Psychical Distance’ as a Factor in Art and an Aesthetic Principle

Zolojar The lectures ppsychical first announced, to begin on 14 Octoberin the Cambridge University Reporter 37, no. Allusions to social institutions of any degree of personal importance — in particular, allusions implying any doubt as to their validity — the questioning of some generally recognised ethical sanctions, references to topical subjects occupying public attention at the moment, and such like, are all dangerously near the average limit and may at any time fall below it, arousing, instead of aesthetic appreciation, concrete hostility or mere amusement. He came to concentrate on Italian, and was elected to the Chair of Italian at Cambridge in Bullougu Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. The individual tends, as I just stated, to under-distance rather than to lose Distance by over-distancing. In this most general sense, Distance is a factor in all Art.

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It has a negativeinhibitory aspect — the cutting-out of the practical sides of things and of our practical attitude to them — and a positive side — the elaboration of the experience on the new basis created by the inhibitory action of Distance. He was buried at Woodchester Priory in Stroud. The variability of Distance in respect to Art, bullougu for the moment the subjective complication, appears both as a general feature in Art, and in the differences between the special arts. Paragraph numbering below has been added to facilitate class discussion. History of Western Philosophy.

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