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2014, iss. 144, pp. 55-68
Malraux and Deloche: A conversation on the museum
University of Belgrade, Faculty of Philosophy
Keywords: imaginary museum; virtual museum; Bernard Deloch; Andre Malraux
Abstract
This paper is dedicated to posing questions arising from contemplating the concepts of imaginary and virtual museums. Since a virtual museum, as interpreted by Deloche, primarily represents an imaginary museum (as defined by Malraux) it is necessary to establish a relation between these two similar concepts and point to their potential importance for understanding the museum as such. By implicit rejection of the distinction between museology and new museology for being futile in solving museological antinomies, this paper fully submits to the contemplation of the museum and its disciplinary definitions from the position of Deloch's interpretation of museology as a ''philosophical discipline''.
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article language: Serbian
document type: Preliminary Report
DOI: 10.5937/kultura1444055s
published in SCIndeks: 07/02/2015

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