The relevancy of art and time in Heidegger's philosophy

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2008
Sarıot, Eray
This thesis aims at propounding possible relations between the concepts of time and art in Martin Heidegger’s thinking. Time and art which hold a central place in different periods of Heidegger’s thinking in line with his fundamental question of Being are considered together mainly through the analysis of artwork’s temporal characteristics. The temporality of the artwork in question is investigated specifically in terms of its basic elements of earth and world and with its relation to authenticity. In this respect, this thesis argues that the work of art bears a temporality of its own and attempts to show how this is realized with the experience of art.

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E. Sarıot, “The relevancy of art and time in Heidegger’s philosophy,” M.S. - Master of Science, Middle East Technical University, 2008.