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Student
Title
Supervisor
Faculty
Educational Programme
Final Grade
Year of Graduation
Alina Muratova
Philosophical Analysis of the Removal of the Autonomy of Art in the Avant-garde Project
Philosophy
(Bachelor’s programme)
2019
At the turn of the ⅩⅠⅩ-ⅩⅩ centuries, a new direction in art emerged - avant-garde, which had a radically different intention from previous trends. The idea of ​​the avant-garde project, turning over the usual vision, formed a completely new principle of the relationship between man and art, which the thinkers of the century tried to analyze. The thesis deals with the principle of "removal" in the philosophy of U. Eco, P. Burger, J. Habermas, G. Lübbe and other thinkers. A common feature in the works of all the authors considered is that the principle of lifting the autonomy of art in the avant-garde project was initially doomed to failure. Indeed, starting with the work of Greenberg in 1939 and ending with the book of Lübbe in 1992, we see that the intention of the avant-garde encompassed many contradictory points.

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