Rudolf Arnheim könyvei a rukkolán

Rudolf Arnheim - Visual ​Thinking
Rudolf ​Arnheim, who is now Professor Emeritus of Psychology of Art at Harvard, is known throughout the world for his psychological studies of the forms and functions of art; his earlier books have been translated into German, Italian, Spanish, Japanese, Russian, and other languages. His new contention, in _Visual Thinking,_ is provocative and far-ranging. He asserts that _all_ thinking (not just thinking related to art or other visual experiences) is basically perceptual in nature—and that the ancient dichotomy between seeing and thinking, between perceiving and reasoning, is false and misleading. He shows that even the fundamental processes of vision involve mechanisms typical of reasoning, and he describes problem-solving in the arts as well as imagery in the thought-models of science. Far from being a "Iower" function, our perceptual response to the world is the basic means by which we structure events, and from which we derive ideas and therefore language. The materials used in Arnheim's argument come from philosophers ancient and modern; from psychological laboratory experiments; from work on the perception and artwork of children; from scientific writings in physics and astronomy. Arnheim's cogent observations keep the discussion tangible and relevant to human experience in real situations. Although intended for the general reader, _Visual Thinking_ is of immediate interest to the educator because of its practical consequences for the function of art in education and more broadly, for visual training in all fields of learning. Theoretical contentions are presented throughout with the lively concreteness that has made Arnheim's earlier _Art and Visual Perception_ an indispensable tool for students and friends of the arts.

Rudolf Arnheim - A ​film mint művészet
Ehhez a könyvhöz nincs fülszöveg, de ettől függetlenül még rukkolható/happolható.

Rudolf Arnheim - A ​vizuális élmény
"Ennek ​a műnek ugyanolyan jelentősége van korunk vizuális kultúrája számára, mint Ernst H. Gombrich Művészet és illúziójának. A két könyv ugyanabból a szemléletből fakad; az egyik a pszichológia oldaláról, a másik a művészet oldaláról egészíti ki a másikat." Beke László művészettörténész "Ez a könyv a vizualitás ábécéje." Kaszás György vezető kreatívigazgató, McCann Erickson "Tiszta és tudatos beszéd, egy olyan területről, ahol mindennapos a fellengzős nagyotmondás." Török András, a Mai Manó Ház volt igazgatója