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أصل العمل الفني

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Paperback, 166 pages
Published 2003 by منشورات الجمل (first published 1950)
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phagocyte jr Hi! Heidegger’s answer is that the instrument (or equipment) does not open a world of truth because its truth disappears into usefulness, which is its…moreHi! Heidegger’s answer is that the instrument (or equipment) does not open a world of truth because its truth disappears into usefulness, which is its primary attribute. However, you answer is as valid as his, given you develop it into a whole philosophical treatise ;)(less)
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مسعود حسینی
بعد از چند سال، دوباره این کتاب رو خوندم. این بار به واسطه ی آشنایی بیشتری که با هایدگر پیدا کرده بودم، خیلی راحت تر سیر بحث رو دنبال کردم. به نظرم میرسه که اگر یکی دو بار دیگه بخونمش به طور کامل دستم می آید که هایدگر داره چی میگه.
اما عجالتا این نکته برای من بسیار مهم و جذاب و حیاتیه که کار هنری و هنرمند به هنر قائم هستند.در واقع هایدگر داره علیه دو سنت عمده در زیبایی شناسی قد علم می کنه. سنت اول، سنتیه که میگه زیبایی متعلق حس یا حواسه. سنت دوم که کانت نماینده ی بارز اونه، زیبایی رو امری سوبژکت
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abdelatif ouldabdallah
Apr 29, 2018 rated it it was amazing
. من أعمق الكتب التي قرأتها عن فلسفة الفن . فلسفة مارتن هيدجر ثورية تقود العقل إلى التوغل إلى كل جوانب الحياة الفسفية. قرأت العديد من الكتب عن فلسفة الفن وكلها تعني بالجمال كموضوع لها ولكن هايدغر جعل من الجمال جزءا من الحقيقة التي تظهر في العمل الفني. إذن الحقيقة حين تظهر في العمل الذي قمنا بخلقه فهنا يمكننا رؤية الجمال.
Esther
Oct 16, 2011 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
The man is obviously a genius. Let's just leave it at that. ...more
Μαρία
Oct 31, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
"Μέσα στο έργο τέχνης έχει τεθεί εν έργω η αλήθεια των όντων. Θέτω σημαίνει εδώ σταθεροποιώ.
Η ουσία της τέχνης φαίνεται λοιπόν να είναι ετούτη: το εν-έργω-τίθεσθαι (=η ενεργοποίηση και σταθεροποίηση) της αλήθειας των όντων."
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Nihad Marwan
Jan 11, 2019 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Quizá el mejor libro para adentrarse al arte como parte de la experiencia humana es El origen de la obra de arte, del filósofo Martin Heidegger. Dicho filósofo no nos concebía como sujetos, sino como seres en el mundo, seres que siempre experimentamos ante algo. Y el arte es justo eso, una forma específica de estar en el mundo. Con las debidas proporciones, el pensamiento de Heidegger concibe al arte como un mundo en el cual los seres humanos tomamos una actitud particular. A este mundo le llamó ...more
Dulce María
Mar 06, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Un gran libro, para ponerse a pensar y reflexionar sobre el arte.
Aistė Marija Grajauskaitė
Oro gurkšnis.
Mathias Swartling
Han säger att all konst kan härledas till poesin, poesin uppenbarar den förborgade gåtan som gömmer sig i jordåkerns mylla- den fördolda skatten som är den goda naturlagen
Dorine Ruter
🤯🤷🏼‍♀️
Mafalda Cardeira
Read it for an aesthetics course and to be honest, it is a different perspective on art. Could be more straight to the point but Heid is like this. Not the best book on the subject but part of the state of the art for aesthetics.
فاروق الفرشيشي
Jan 02, 2019 rated it did not like it
من أسوإ الترجمات الفلسفية التي قرأتها. إنني مندهش أن يصدر مثل هذا العمل المهلهل من دار الجمل. لقد اعتدت على تراجم من مستوى عليّ مصباح حتّى بات صعبا أن أتقبّل نصّا لا يكاد يحترم اللغة المصدر ولا اللغة المترجم إليها. يمكن للقارئ أن يدرك ذلك من خلوّ الصفحات تقريبا من الهوامش. كأنّ الترجمة لم تقدّم لصاحبها أيَّ تحدٍّ أو حيرةٍ في اختيار الألفاظ بحيث يحتاج إلى توضيحه. لقد كان هايدغر نفسه في سجالٍ مع حدود اللغة، وقدّم في ملحق للكتاب بعض التفسيرات بخصوص انتقائه لبعض المصطلحات، حتّى يزيل عنها بعض سوء فهم ...more
فاروق الفرشيشي
Reading Heidegger for the first time was a tough exercise, yet a good one. The book deals with a very tight space of meaning, by expanding the significations and seeking new ones by metaphors then word appending.

Heidegger separate the thingy part of the work of art by defining its three faces (the thing as a mere thing, the thing as a tool, the thing as a stuff).
Then, he defines the base from which a work of art reveals itself, using the metaphor (or maybe not) of the earth and the world. The s
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Cedric
May 09, 2015 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Ein-Satz-Review

Ein Erzähler erklärt uns, dass es ganz wichtig ist zu verstehen, was ein Kunstwerk ist, und tut das, indem er unendlich lange und fachgerecht «Dinge» und «Zeug» unterscheidet, die aber beide weder Kunst noch Werk und schon gar kein Kunstwerk sind, um sich dann zu fragen, ob wir einen Schritt weitergekommen seien und rechtfertigt die Bemühungen mit einer eleganten Unsicherheit und einem Zweifel seiner eigenen Argumentation gegenüber, der auch jeder anderen Philosophie schmeicheln w
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Tony Poerio
Jun 30, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Excellent essay, though difficult. If I remember correctly, it discusses how art and artist create each other simultaneously, essentially. (Simplified version.)

I think it's generally good to know what you're getting into before reading a difficult piece like this, and many years later, that's what I've retained from this particular essay.

From wikipedia, but here's a better articulation of this point, the one I found most interesting:

'Heidegger begins his essay with the question of what the sour
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SirriCan
Feb 23, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Böyle diğer düşünürlerde kafanda oturtamadığım bazı mefhumları Heidegger ".. nedir?" diye sorarak cevaplıyor ya, ona kendimizi yakın hissetmemizin sebeplerinden biri de bu olabilir. Bilhassa bu makalesinde sanat-zanaat ve world-earth ikilemine kadar, Heidegger'in düşüncesi içinde mühim bir noktadaki meselelerden çok açık ipuçları veriyor. Earth içinde World'u sunacak olanın sanat olması meselesi, bütün hepimizin meselesi bugün. Bu söylem aslında yeryüzünün insansızlaştırılmasına karşı bir devrim ...more
Abdullah Başaran
Jul 31, 2014 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Çeviri çok iyi degil, yoksa kitap on numara. Bir de çevirmenin bir makalesi var kitabin sonunda, toplamda 3 editörün elinden geçmesi gerekiyor (Hece Dergisi, Edebiyat Yazilari kitabi ve bu kitap), ama kelime (tercih) hatalarindan tutun da redaksiyonlara kadar bir sürü eksikle dolu. Bu yüzden 4.
Jonso
Feb 28, 2018 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Por lo menos he comprendido algo del lenguaje de Heidegger y de su teoría de la verdad.
Ielgarem
Sep 03, 2014 rated it liked it
حضرتك وجعتلى بضانى.
Public_enemy
Aug 13, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: philosophy
Newcomers to Heidegger's tought could see this essay way to shisofrenic from part to part, and certanlly it wouldn't be wise for them to start studyng Heidegger with "The Origin of the Work of Art" (although it fragmentally reflects the whole of his thinking). Despite the entangled language, content presented here offer numerous epochal insights. Certanly, I will need to read it several more times (with some assistance) in order to get it better. Anyhow, Heidegger's effort is to think the essenc ...more
Andrea
Apr 22, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Un testo estremamente complesso nella sua brevità (una settantina di pagine circa, se si tiene conto che vi è l'originale in tedesco a fronte), eppure è letteralmente in grado di rapire quelle ardite menti speculative che guardano all'arte come un prodotto dell'Essere, ovvero di coloro che vogliono risolverla nella metafisica.

Un'altra delle (innumerevoli) ragioni per cui la lettura risulterà ostica è legata al fatto che L'origine dell'opera d'arte è un testo fondamentale della riflessione di Hei
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Liliana Amundaraín
I read this book in french and it worked greatly as a sleeping aid. For several days I tried to cope with intertwined abstract ideas on the origin of art, artworks and their place within the art world. Pure boredom, I am so deceived.
Priscila
Acho q este é um livro para se reler mais de uma vez. Ele retrabalha uma série de noções, propondo, numa fala poética e às vzs um tanto nebulosa, outros modos de se pensar o contato com a obra de arte. Não traz "conceitos" "aplicáveis", antes desliza, empoça, faz rodamoinhos. ...more
Maxim
Dec 11, 2019 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
"Die Welt der vorhandenen Werke ist zerfallen. Weltentzug und Weltverfall sind nie mehr rückgängig zu machen. Die Werke sind nicht mehr die, die sie waren. Sie selbst sind es zwar, die uns da begegnen, aber sie selbst sind die Gewesenen." ...more
Sireli R.
Jun 22, 2018 rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
See tõlge on niiiiii jube, kuid sisu on enam-vähem.
Aymen Bouba
Not rating it cuz i don't know what the hell I've just read. ...more
Kas Molenaar
Jan 12, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Briljant. Om later met veel plezier te herlezen.
Walter
Oct 05, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
That was amazing
Ahmed Kassem
Nov 25, 2020 rated it it was amazing
الترجمة العربي من أسوأ ما يكون.. لو محدش على ألفة بلغة هيدجر هيتعب جدا من الترجمة دي.. ينصح بقراءة كتاب طرق هيدجر وكتاب تجلي الجميل لهانز جادمير قبل قراءة هذا الكتاب
Methilammina
Apr 18, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
L’autore non ha bisogno di presentazioni. Il libro scandaglia a fondo il concetto di arte senza darne una risposta precisa. Ed è bellissimo sia così.
Pavel
Apr 03, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The essay is short, but extremely far reaching. Meditation on the origin of work of art offers not only deep insight into the nature of the mystery of art, but it becomes occasion to question basic concepts of our western thinking tradition which Heidegger finds inadequate for the problem in hand. He labours hard to find his way in dense sentences full of neologisms, so that one must often ask in his own words: “Is it only something remarkable, or indeed only the empty sharpness of a conceptual ...more
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Martin Heidegger (1889-1976) was a German philosopher whose work is perhaps most readily associated with phenomenology and existentialism, although his thinking should be identified as part of such philosophical movements only with extreme care and qualification. His ideas have exerted a seminal influence on the development of contemporary European philosophy. They have also had an impact far beyo ...more

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