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Ethics and aesthetics are one: The case of Zen aesthetics

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Date created
1997
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Author: Bai, Heesoon
Abstract
The theoretical possibility of the aims and methods of moral education and of art education converging is explored through the examination of the Japanese Tea Ceremony which is grounded in the Buddhist metaphysics and psychology of nonduality. This exploration is in response to the call for "aestheticized ethics" in the contemporary Western moral theorizing which rejects the traditional rigid separation of the moral and the aesthetic.
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Bai, H. (1997). Ethics and aesthetics are one: The case of Zen aesthetics. Canadian Review of Art Education, 24(2), 37-52.
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Canadian Review of Art Education
Document title
Ethics and aesthetics are one: The case of Zen aesthetics
Date
1997
Volume
24
Issue
2
First page
37
Last page
52
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Yes
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English
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