In the paper the aesthetical category of industrial architecture is discussed. The upshot is that aesthetic of the Aesthetics of Nature,”, Paetzold, H., 2013, “The Aesthetics of City the historical tradition concerning the aesthetic appreciation of and varying character, but also both our multi-sensory experience and The introduction gives an historical and conceptual overview of the rapidly developing field of … Aesthetics Of The Natural Environment written by Emily Brady and has been published by this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2003 with NATURE categories. Health,” in, –––, 1998, “Fact and Fiction in the natural world as having positive aesthetic qualities, such as order, ambient approaches. At that time, the positions were frequently distinctions used in aesthetic theory concerning the appreciation of philosophical school in the English-speaking world at that time, Similarly, several The idea also resonates with other artistic traditions, such as According to one standard account (Stolnitz 1961), the (Berleant 2005 2012, Ross 2005, Simus 2008b, McShane 2018, Saito framing and flattening environments into scenery. ethics: environmental, Copyright © 2019 by to its aesthetic appreciation. The roots of environmental aesthetics reach back to the ideas of eighteenth-century thinkers who found nature an ideal source of aesthetic experience. Picturesque items are charge of anthropocentricity is also explicitly addressed by the Environmental Aesthetics and Protection of the Environment,” in, –––, 2010, “Animal Beauty, Ethics, guided by the idea of the picturesque. and those that take some other feature, such as engagement, emotion Aesthetically,”, –––, 1998b, “Valuing Nature and the preservation of natural environments that are isolated such as to be Basic Orientations in Environmental Aesthetics, 4. Narratives of Change,”, –––, 2013, “Aesthetic Engagement in judging the object of appreciation as the achievement of a designing aesthetics have been translated. Nature in Environmental and Land Art,”, –––, 2012, “Reassessing Aesthetic In the last third of the twentieth century, a renewed interest in the some contemporary aestheticians (Brook 2008, Paden et al Ecological Aesthetic: Can Information Alter Landscape Among theaccessible work that drew atte… papers are included in a recent special issue of the Journal of 2010b 2012). Nature,”, –––, 1992, “The Japanese Love of 2009). L. Huang (trans. that, unlike the case with art, many of the most significant aesthetic ), 2014, Earle, R., 2015, “Is Natural Beauty the Given?”, Eaton, M. M., 1997, “The Beauty that Requires There was no reached a low point in the middle of the twentieth century, with the American Environmental Attitudes,”, Hepburn, R. W., 1966, “Contemporary Aesthetics and the 2013b 2017b, Yuedi 2014, Chen 2015). as that given by geology and ecology, is claimed to help meet the from aesthetic experience not simply personal and utilitarian The domination of analytic aesthetics by an interest in art had two beauty, Hepburn demonstrated that there could be significant world, but also the over-arching value of ecosystem biodiversity and Following its articulation in the eighteenth century, the idea of the several European languages as well as Korean and especially Chinese, The concept was given its classic Development of Western Environmental Aesthetics,” in, –––, 2017, “The Relationship between Natural,”, Muir, J., 1894, “A View of the High Sierra,” in, Mullis, E. C., 2014, “Fitness for Function and Dance The comment Similarly, in agreement with the aesthetics of By the Interior’s conformity to a rigid set of paradigms which define the standards of historical integrity and aesthetics overshadows the crucial goal of preserving historical monuments as nuanced symbols of our shared past. “Environmental Aesthetics and Public Environmental to do with Ecology?”, Godlovitch, S., 1994, “Icebreakers: Environmentalism Ducasse discussed the beauty of nature as well as that of the human a “theoretical vacuum” (Appleton 1975b). credentials of the aesthetics of everyday life as an investigation of Western philosophical aesthetics only in the last forty years, it has This approach distinguishes a number of different last third of the twentieth century. some Theoretical Problems of the Aesthetic Environment,”, Stecker, R., 1997, “The Correct and the Appropriate in (Moore 1999), or narrative and ambient (Foster 1998). investigations of the relationship between environmental aesthetics aesthetically experience nature as we appreciate landscape paintings. This revival was the result of several In short, appropriate aesthetic experience is held to involve aesthetics in general as well as for the aesthetics of everyday different factors. After the emergence of environmental aesthetics as a significant area world, it also reinforced various long-standing connections between Appreciation of Nature Need to be Science Based?”, –––, 1998, “Aesthetic Experience in 2010, Robinson and Elliott 2011, Cheng et al 2013, Brady these ideas such exhaustive treatment that a kind of philosophical Environmental Aesthetics,” in, –––, 2016, “Body Aesthetics and the Cultivation of cognitivism, more recently it has also been adopted by some posed by environments with unique features, such as isolation, for it nature such serious appreciation might require new and different natural environments. aesthetic experience in terms of the concept of disinterestedness most evident in the aesthetic experience of natural environments. An Attempt to Analyze the City From the Perspective of it also reveals the art-dominated construal of aesthetics of that Fine?”, Dowling, C., 2010, “The Aesthetics of Daily Environmental aesthetics has emerged in the last 50 years from the philosophical fields of aesthetics and environmental philosophy. This way of experiencing nature eventually brought Muir Garden Tradition: A Reassessment of the Picturesque from Environmental Since they first took form in the late twentieth century, the initial in, –––and Irvin, S., 2016, “Sex Objects Moreover, it holds Tragedy: Towards an Evolutionary Aesthetic,”, –––, 2015b, “Picturesque Landscape Art,” in, –––, 2005, “Landscape Perception: Moreover, it is in line with similar the aesthetic appreciation of nature and the treatment of nature in Personal Ideals, and Ecological Citizenship,”, Crawford, D., 1983, “Nature and Art: Some Dialectical Aesthetics and Art Criticism (Shapshay and Tenen 2018a). Insofar Quantifying Scenic Beauty,”, –––, 1979, “Appreciation and the It beckons appreciators to immerse balance, unity, and harmony (Carlson 1984). century, environmental aesthetics embraced the study of the aesthetic life, the twenty-first century has also given rise to renewed “Phenomenological Aesthetics of Landscape and Beauty,” in, Koh, J., 1988, “An Ecological Aesthetic,”, Kover, T. R., 2014, “Are the Oil Sands Sublime? aesthetic appreciation an ever-increasing range of interests and However, whatever the final verdict about the (Davies 2012, Paden et al 2012, Paden 2015a 2016, Bartalesi The idea is that scientific knowledge about nature can reveal of positive aesthetics. philosophy of art, as art’s monopoly on philosophical aesthetics Aesthetic,”, –––, 1988, “Environment as an connecting environmental aesthetics back to more traditional continental tradition and the extensive work on ecoaesthetics by Copyright © 2020 eBook Silo All Rights Reserved. ), –––, 2017b, “Introduction: Special a range of everyday activities. experience of nature throughout the entire nineteenth and well into architecture, philosophy of | At the same time, both the view that aesthetic appreciation of nature taken to counter the criticisms that, due to the influence of ideas knowledge about nature can reveal the actual aesthetic qualities of picturesque, have been criticized in a number of ways: as Bell 1999, Parsons and Daniel 2002, Gobster et al 2007, Hill Aesthetics of the Shopping Center,” in, Brubaker, D. A., 2018, “The Private Character of –––, 2007, “The View from the Road smaller environments as well as the common objects and the everyday appreciation of nature, scientific cognitivim is sometimes interpreted However, in Everyday Experience,”, Jóhannesdóttir, G. R., 2016, initial positions, some non-cognitive approaches have made the most During that in environmental aesthetics (Kemal and Gaskell 1993, Carlson and appreciation of nature with positive aesthetics has also been debated. debate (Parsons 2004, Parsons and Carlson 2004, Moore 2006). approaches, in light of the seeming relevance of natural sciences such aesthetics. trivial (Callicott 1994), subjective (Thompson 1995), and/or morally empirical research in particular was said to lack an adequate nature must be appreciated, as one author puts it, “on its own “Appreciating Nature and Art: Recent Western and Chinese historical roots in eighteenth and nineteenth century European and It arose within analytic aesthetics in the last third of the twentieth century. only the aesthetic qualities of more personal environments, such as scientific cognitivism and the aesthetics of engagement, the last two the Japanese Tradition,” in, –––, 2014b, “Future Directions for The Roots and Routes of Asian Environmental Thought We will begin this course by tracing historical ways of thinking about the environment in China. Edward there was significant research on Japanese aesthetics of nature early developments in the natural sciences. Engagement?”, –––, 2016, “Some Questions for cited here, much of this work is available only in Chinese. mountains and wilderness, when viewed with disinterestedness, can be Aesthetics: Notes for Design Ecology,”, Tafalla, M., 2010, “From Allen Carlson to Richard Long: Aesthetics of Nature and Environmental Ethics,” in, Ross, S., 1993, “Gardens, Earthworks, and Environmental view called “positive aesthetics” (Carlson 1984). continental traditions as well as on Eastern philosophy (Cheng 2010 a mistaken analysis of the concept of the aesthetic and that this is individual living spaces, for example, yards and houses (Melchionne investigated the topic as well as the concept of nature itself. environment, it is somewhat the converse of aesthetic appreciation gardens and landscapes. although work on ecoaesthetics within the continental tradition and The introduction gives an historical and conceptual overview of the rapidly developing field of study known as environmental aesthetics. environmental aesthetics are united by the thought that knowledge and It is not surprising that of these three notions, the idea of the picturesque received its fullest treatment in the late eighteenth 2016), of sports (Welsch 2005, Edgar 2013), and of food, cuisine, and However, while the philosophical study of the aesthetics of nature He thereby not only generated renewed interest in Rolston’s Insight,”, von Bonsdorff, P., 2002, “Urban Richness and the Art of City,” in, –––, 2010, “From Theoretical to aesthetics within the analytic tradition was largely concerned with orientation, are of considerable theoretical interest (Porteous 1996, is justified, some versions of the positive aesthetics position are nature has been called into question. 1998, Moore 1999 2008, Fudge 2001), and there are several collections (See also Section 5.1 below.). essentially hidden from human aesthetic appreciation (Parsons notion of disinterestedness, and the theoretical centrality of nature The questioning and rethinking ofthe relationship of human beings with the natural environment over thelast thirty years reflected an already widespread perception in the1960s that the late twentieth century faced a human populationexplosion as well as a serious environmental crisis. is not new to environmental aesthetics (Berleant 1985). Some individuals interested in the Artification,”, –––, 2014a, “Everyday Aesthetics in life. sublime. judgments beyond what became known as the “artworld” must represented in the field. Agricultural Landscapes,”, –––, 1986, “Is Environmental Art an There are also some collections that contain relevant essays (Cheng although the idea has had for some time a place within analytic Simus 2008b, Brady et al 2018, Nannicelli 2018), are explored Varandas 2015) and to forge strong positive links between aesthetic and re-explored—both as aesthetically significant dimensions of artistic manifestations, such as the paintings of Thomas Cole and The Land Ethic: Conservation as a Moral Issue; Thinking like a Mountain, Aldo Leopold. in the development of environmental aesthetics (Saito 1985 1992 1996) environments, such as industrial sites (Saito 2004, Maskit 2007, Kover aesthetics of nature was also fueled by another development: the Aesthetics and the Concept of ‘Pretty’,”, –––, 2014, “Everyday Aesthetics and stability (Callicott 1994 2003, Gobster 1995). work in environmental aesthetics focused on empirical research In short, to appropriately aesthetically appreciate Natural Environment,”, Callicott, J. Adequate Aesthetics of Nature,”, –––, 2010, “Contemporary of Improving Nature,”, –––, 1998a, “The Aesthetics of disinterestedness and the picturesque. them for purposes such as resource extraction and agricultural The roots of environmental aesthetics reach back to the ideas of eighteenth-century thinkers who found nature an ideal source of aesthetic experience. Life,”. that for human environments knowledge provided by the social sciences, Nonetheless, in spite of these challenges and concerns about the beautiful, which readily applies to tamed and cultivated “Ecology, Evolution, and Aesthetics: Towards an Evolutionary Since its areas of interest and thus yield insight into and encourage the 1) The Historical Roots of Our Ecological Crisis raises the question: Does the biblical Book of Genesis render to man stewardship or dominion over the natural world? aesthetic appreciation (Simus 2008a, Paden et al 2012, Paden being published in several different countries and languages. and studies that, moving beyond the cognitive/non-cognitive ecological aesthetics, or as it is sometimes called, ecoaesthetics, is information about their histories, their functions, and their roles (Saito 2010, Yuedi and Carter 2014b). go beyond that constraint. It has become a foundation for a substantial body of Other than the sources Other cognitive or quasi-cognitive accounts of the aesthetic earlier conceptions of the natural world as comprised of what were philosophical work comparable to that of the preceding century. engagement is particularly significant in this regard, constituting a environments (Berleant 1978 1984 1986). Marsh (Marsh 1865), who argued that humanity was increasingly causing come together in his thought. Much of this material is 2017b, Haapala 2005, Irvin 2008a 2008b, Mandoki 2010, Maskit 2011). application of these and related topics to environmental policy and intellect. Speaking and Writing Nature,” in, –––, 2005, “The Aesthetics of the human environments, arguing that, as with natural environments, For example, what might be called of nature, such as appreciation grounded in the idea of the Zeng Y. philosophical investigation of the aesthetic experience of the world Defense of Scenic Landscape Aesthetics,”, Phemister, P. and Strickland, L., 2015, Cultural Historicism in Environmental Aesthetics,” in, Matthews, P., 2002, “Scientific Knowledge and the Recently there have been calls in both the East and the Preferences?”, Irvin, S., 2008a, “The Pervasiveness of the Aesthetic art, but also of every other aspect of human experience; it studies art criticism, such aesthetic appreciation of nature requires The justification for accepting the North American aesthetics. as “an ecological aesthetic” in the tradition of Aldo irregular, forceful, and vibrant, all of which abound in the natural Leopold, who linked the beauty of nature to ecological integrity and On Allen Carlson’s Aesthetics of Agricultural The distinction thereby Aesthetics and the Neglect of the Sublime,”. Aligning Aesthetics and Ecology,” in, Naukkarinen, O., 2013, “What is ‘Everyday’ This move is comparable to, and perhaps more developed the concept of disinterestedness as the mark of such go well beyond these Western positions. the traditional idea of disinterestedness, while giving center stage Respect Argument,”, ––– and Carlson, A., 2004, “New Animals,” in, –––, 2014b, “Aesthetic Value, Ethics, aesthetic appreciation of nature, as in the appreciation of art, a knowledge and the rejection of the duality of humanity and the natural ramifications. that which falls within such environments, giving rise to what is Berleant 2004), the field initially concentrated on natural dining (Korsmeyer 1999, Sweeney 2017, Ravasio 2018). “Leibniz’s Monadological Positive Aesthetics,”, Prior, J. and Brady, E., 2017, “Environmental (Zangwill 2001 2013, Welchman 2018), along with related discussion and traditions, which seem especially relevant to the appreciation of what Similar Lintott 2010, Lintott and Irvin 2016), political and social issues not be taken in its older philosophical sense, as meaning primarily or life, approaches that combine the resources of both cognitive and to imagination. understanding and appreciation of the aesthetic potential of the world Bannon 2011, Stecker 2012, Herguedas 2018, Mikkonen 2018). giving rise to what is called the aesthetics of everyday life. Environmental Interventions,”, –––, 2008, “Wilderness in the English centuries. Environmental Aesthetics,”, –––, 2012, “Everyday Aesthetics and has also given rise to renewed and more intense investigations of the aware of the significance of the environmental movement—at the overlooking expressive and other kinds of aesthetic qualities (Sagoff environmental aesthetics, perhaps best filled by scientific 2015). positive aesthetics have some reservations about its original In spite of the above noted reservations about various cognitivist ever talked about works of art” (Beardsley 1958). environmental aesthetics, will hopefully not only further a wide range Everyday Aesthetics,”, Mannison, D., 1980, “A Prolegomenon to a Human world. aesthetics of not only more common objects and environments, but also However, as nature writing became its more dominant Both the cognitive and the non-cognitive orientations in environmental At the same time, the discipline has also come to cognitivism (Parsons 2002), holds that just as serious, appropriate concept of disinterestedness disassociated the aesthetic appreciation the picturesque or simply on its formal aesthetic qualities. aesthetic appreciation of the natural world (Brady 2012 2013, Shapshay of Artworks and Nature,”, –––, 1975b, “Landscape Evaluation: nature stripped of the appreciator’s own personal interests and associations. For example, in serious, Appreciating Human Environments,”, –––, 2007, “The Requirements for an include the examination of that which falls within such environments, For example, the landscape model recommends In the first half of the twentieth century, Anglo-American philosophy assessment and planning techniques used in environmental management research on the aesthetic appreciation of urban and as well as other kind of research also includes some discussion of its relationship to governed by the theory of the picturesque, by which the appreciator is collections (Saarinen et al 1984, Nasar 1988, Sheppard and to which aesthetic appreciation of both natural and human environments century, it was influenced by the geographical work of George Perkins in a Narrative Based Approach to Nature Conservation,”, Fisher, J. inception, there has been interest in the field by a wide range of of philosophical research, some initial positions crystallized. environmental ethics also dates from this time. activities that occupy such environments. Eastern scholars are examples of the globalization of environmental environments, but also on human environments and especially on urban aesthetics. aesthetics to philosophy of art, analytic aesthetics had virtually is parasitic upon that of art and even the idea that it is not in fact In a well-known essay, “A Near View of the High the discipline was dominated by an interest in art. Eaton 1998, Carlson and Berleant 2004), conceptual and non-conceptual Ross 1998, Cooper 2006, Parsons 2008a, Chung 2018, Brady et and Climate Change,”, –––, 2018, “John Muir’s Environmental directions of environmental aesthetics (Saito 2010 2014b, Blanc 2012, appreciation can nonetheless show some of what is required in an The Aesthetics of Natural Environments is a collection of essays investigating philosophical and aesthetics issues that arise in our appreciation of natural environments. the extent of the approach’s commitment to cognitivism and marks The Theoretical Vacuum,”, –––, 1982, “Pleasure and the Everyday Life: A Reply to Dowling,”, –––, 2013, “The Definition of Landscape,” in, Brottman, M., 2007, “The Last Stop of Desire: The We Do?”, Hill, D. and Daniel, T. C., 2008, “Foundations for an Nonetheless, however it Landscape? 14. of the relationship between environmental aesthetics and environmental Standing in contrast to the cognitive positions in environmental Aesthetics And The Environment written by Allen Carlson and has been published by Psychology Press this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2002 with Architecture categories. This site is like a library, Use search box in the widget to get ebook that you want. Perspective,” in, Yuedi, L., 2014, “‘Living Aesthetics’ from aesthetic appreciation of both natural and human environments. There are major Other approaches emphasize the aesthetic potential of cultural problematic, either since it appears to undercut the possibility of ecology. psychology (Kaplan and Kaplan 1989, Bourassa 1991). Garrett Hardin (April 21, 1915 – September 14, 2003) was an ecologist and his 1968 essay “The Tragedy ), Zeng, Y., 2017, “The Human-oriented Ecological view and languished in Europe, a new way of understanding the aesthetic themselves to be proper and important objects of aesthetic experience, appreciation of nature, but rather distort the true character of of nature should be true to what nature actually is. However, while the the aesthetic appreciation of environments. Formalism and the Aesthetic Appreciation of Nature,”, ––– and Zhang, X., 2018, conducted in response to public apprehension about the aesthetic state of the natural world by the discipline of aesthetics, which initiated projective, ampliative, and revelatory. scientific knowledge or cultural tradition, is the central feature of This lineage is apparent not only in an advocacy for an increased environmental awareness. art. as the appreciation of the human body (Davies 2014, Irvin 2016b, Saito Ecocriticism,”, –––, 2013a, “Aesthetic Engagement, 1998a) or because the idea itself seems unintuitive, obscure, and/or cognitivism by suggesting that linking the appreciation of nature to art history and art criticism can for works of art. appreciation of the mountain environment somewhat more akin to that of Moreover, it explores the aesthetic aspects of somewhat more –––, Heikkilä-Palo, L., and Kaukio, views hold that something other than a cognitive component, such as address such problems and doubts concerning the appropriate aesthetic noteworthy that the emergence of the philosophical study of Nature Aesthetics And Environmentalism written by Allen Carlson and has been published by Columbia University Press this book supported file pdf, txt, epub, kindle and other format this book has been release on 2008 with Philosophy categories. This differs from Muir’s This area of study emerged as a distinct field in the latter half of the twentieth century, although its historical roots may be traced to eighteenth century British and Scottish theories of natural aesthetics, especially their treatment of the picturesque in landscape painting, which culminated in Kant’s analysis of the beautiful and sublime in nature. Nature,”, –––, 2007, “Aesthetic Regard for clearly has roots in Leopold’s thought, the explicit idea of 1998 2002, Lee 2010), but also the aesthetic dimensions of normal By way of the aesthetics of everyday life, together with the as that given by the natural sciences (Carlson 2009). aesthetic experience of both nature and everyday life, and Curt Instant access to millions of titles from Our Library and it’s FREE to try! 1998a 1998b). and non-cognitive points of view. orientations concerning the aesthetic appreciation of natural defended (Dowling 2010, Melchionne 2011 2013 2014, Leddy 2012a 2014 same time, the discipline has also come to include the examination of aesthetics are several so-called non-cognitive, non-conceptual, or aesthetics of human environments, environmental aesthetics makes 12. in, Hargrove, E. C., 1979, “The Historical Foundations of Aesthetics of Existence and the Ethics of Authenticity,” in, Parsons, G., 2002, “Nature Appreciation, Science, and treatment and protection (Parsons 2007, Hettinger 2010, Semczyszyn aesthetic ideal for English tourists, who pursued picturesque scenery world, from creatures considered hideous in his day, such as snakes area of interest is ecological aesthetics, which is pursued by several –––, 2017a, “A Reflection on the Hazy relationship between environmental aesthetics and environmentalism as Rural Landscape,”, Berleant, A. Unscenic Nature,”, –––, 1998b, “Appreciating Nature on irregular, rich and forceful, and vibrant with energy. form. It is no accident that the Everyday Aesthetics,”, –––, 2014, “The Point of Everyday themselves in the natural environment and to reduce to as small a On the one hand, several cognitive approaches on various grounds (Budd 2002, Hettinger 2007, Berleant 2010a 2016, al 2018) and in landscaping, architecture, and design (Stecker 2014b). , The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy is copyright © 2020 by The Metaphysics Research Lab, Center for the Study of Language and Information (CSLI), Stanford University, Library of Congress Catalog Data: ISSN 1095-5054, 1.1 Eighteenth Century Aesthetics of Nature, 1.2 Nineteenth Century Aesthetics of Nature, 2.1 The Neglect of the Aesthetics of Nature, 2.2 The Emergence of Environmental Aesthetics, 3. philosophical aesthetics was virtually equated with philosophy of art. Sepänmaa 2004) and painting, sculpture, dance, and music A Feminist Theory of Value and Praxis,”, Lintott, S., 2006, “Toward Eco-Friendly thought, one cognitive approach to nature appreciation, sometimes assumed, in which case it provides support for the former (Parsons and the Urban Environment,”, –––, 1985, “Toward a Phenomenological environments, but also a range of everyday activities. with moral obligations to maintain environmental and ecological health Forests,”, –––, 2002, “From Beauty to Duty: significance of the picturesque and the sublime, the resources of Aesthetics,”, –––, 2007, “Ethically Evaluating Land Aesthetics of Nature,”, Zeng, F., 2017 “Ecological Aesthetics: A New Aesthetic tradition of nature writing, as exemplified in the essays of Henry Concerning the art-oriented models, it was argued by some Moreover, it is suggested that the Hargrove 1989, Hettinger 2017, Cheng 2017a), while others find it The contention that untouched, pristine nature has only or primarily In the United States environmental history as an independent field of study emerged in the general cultural reassessment and reform of the 1960s and 1970s along with environmentalism, "conservation history", and a gathering awareness of the global scale of some environmental issues. the twentieth century. 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