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By Umberto Eco

Publish 12 months note: First released in 1986

El concepto de «estética» nace en Europa en el siglo XVIII y, por lo tanto, muchas historias de l. a. estética tomaron en escasa consideración las teorías de los angeles belleza y del arte elaboradas anteriormente. Ahora bien, desde hace más de cincuenta años l. a. actitud de los historiadores ha cambiado y l. a. Edad Media se ha valorizado como una época rica en especulaciones fascinantes sobre los angeles belleza, el placer estético, el gusto, l. a. belleza common y synthetic, las relaciones entre el arte y las demás actividades humanas. En este compendio de las teorías estéticas elaboradas por l. a. cultura del Medioevo, desde el siglo VI hasta el XV de nuestra period, Eco recorre, de forma accesible para el lector no especializado, las etapas de un debate que, a partir de l. a. Patrística y hasta los albores del Renacimiento, presenta aspectos dramáticos y apasionantes, y nos permite entender mejor l. a. mentalidad, el gusto y los humores del hombre medieval.

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