the void & “the abbey in the oakwood”

In 335 BC, Aristotle wrote his Poetics, the earliest surviving work of dramatic theory. In his discussion of tragedy, he introduces readers to the ability of art to induce catharsis, a concept that has persisted in the enquiries of later philosophers such as Kant, Burke, and Freud. Aristotle also distinguishes his aesthetic theories from those of his…… Continue reading the void & “the abbey in the oakwood”