ロビンソン1984

『ジャン=ジャック・ルソーの芸術理論』
Philip Robinson, Jean-Jacques Rousseau's Doctrine of the Arts,
[Europian University Studies, Série XIII, Vol.90]
Peter Lang, Bern, 1984. 520pp.(+Bibliography)
ほとんど知られていない研究者の著作だが、ルソーの音楽思想に関わるほぼすべての問題を取り上げている。とくにそれまでほとんど触れられなかった初期の著作も丁寧に論じている点など好感のもてる研究である。以下に目次を紹介する。

SUMMARY
ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
NOTE ON PRESENTATION
ABBREVIATIONS
INTRODUCTION
PART I The early years (1712-49): Encounters with the arts, a succession of social roles
CHAPTER 1 Musical adventures and ambitions to 1749: No mere musician
CHAPTER 2 Experiences of the society of taste, 1728-49
PART II A provisional indentiy - Rousseau the censor
CHAPTER 3 The Critique of the society of taste
CHAPTER 4 Italian versus French Music
CHAPTER 5 The social and musical critiques converge: towards the Essai sur l'origine des langues
CHAPTER 6 Theatre, or the perversion of pity
CHAPTER 7 Imitation and expression: the place of ut pictura poesis
CHAPTER 8 Visual arts, or the frozen image
CHAPTER 9 The written word and the art of verse
PART III Rousseau shepherd and sage: perspectives on the future and the ordering of imagination
CHAPTER 10 The positive leisure of the city: the artless order of dance
CHAPTER 11 The creativity of the growing individual: guiding Emile's imagination
CHAPTER 12 Emile's moral education: imagination, fiction, and intimations of order
CHAPTER 13 Emile the man of taste
CHAPTER 14 Culture as palliative
CHAPTER 15 The art fo predilection; défense et illustration of music
CHAPTER 16 The Precepts of Music Drama - Fourfold Unity
CHAPTER 17 New genres of music drama: theoretical sketches
PART IV The limits of doctrine: art as identity and the 'accent' of the artist
CHAPTER 18 Fiction and truth: another defence of La Nouvelle Héloïse
CHAPTER 19 Creativity dramatised - the cryptic message of Pygmalion
CHAPTER 20 Claims of autobiography: literature as music, identity through the word
CONCLUSION
NOTES
BIBIOGRAPHY

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