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Psihologija
1994, vol. 27, iss. 3-4, pp. 375-386
article language: Serbian
document type: unclassified
published on: 02/06/2007
Practice as the primary category of the psychology of art
University of Belgrade, Faculty of Philosophy, Laboratory for Experimental Psychology

Abstract

The paper compares the philosophical and the psychological meanings of practice. The assumption is that the philosophical category of practice includes different aspects of the man's relationship with the outside world - the technical (working), the poetical (creative), the social (interpersonal) and the theoretical (cognitive) relationships. These aspects are often included also into psychological models both of art and other aesthetic phenomena. Considering the structure of the aesthetic practice we come to conclude that the experience and the creation of an aesthetic substance are qualitatively identical processes, whereby the classical dichotomy into the passive and active subject of the aesthetic act (the public and the author) is done away with. While analyzing the function of the aesthetic practice, we come to conclude that every aesthetic act denies a partial, compulsive or bad practice as it represents a whole (it includes all the above mentioned aspects) The general conclusion we can derive is that the philosophical category of the practice is the best starting point for the formulation of a general psychology of art.

Keywords

aesthetic practice; art; subject; object; structure; function

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