Crescent moon over the rational : philosophical interpretations of Paul Klee / Stephen H. Watson.
This work reveals an evolving theoretical constellation of interpretations and their questions that address and continually renew Klee's rich legacies.
Stanford, Calif. :
Stanford University Press,
- Interpreting Klee: fusing the architectonic and the poetic
- On the withdrawal of the beautiful: Adorno's and Merleau-Ponty's readings of Klee
- Gadamer, Benjamin, aesthetic modernism, and the rehabilitation of allegory: the relevance of Klee
- Of Sartre, Klee, surrealism, and philosophy: toward a nonprosaic conception of consciousness
- Heidegger, Klee's turn, and the origin of the work of art
- Fiscourse/digure: of nomadism, the specter of Oedipus, and the remnants of the sublime
- The rapture of sensuousness: color possesses me
- I am a painter.