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1) Introduction

This article tries hard, not so much art theory or subject-philosophical, but so interesting, clear, clear and intelligible as possible to address wider audiences.

He is a rendering intent on cultural, historical and philosophical 'background' of 'Berlin' Arcadia ', the Pfaueninsel , emerged.

This 'background' the 'Berliner Peacock Island' or, for example, the southern English ' Park Stowe ' or ' of Stourhead ' are not too many people realize - enable But a much more interesting, more exciting and pleasurable view of such artistic compositions landscape.

And they serve here as a 'springboard' for the attempt at a random point-like general, self-critical and critical discussion of the human 'dreams of an earthly paradise' and some modern approaches, these to realize .

outstanding in this accessible and tangible, intricately composed art landscapes expressed the seemingly eternal human desire to imitate nature harmonies to exaggerate and realize the harmony between human beings with nature and with man model to .

The idea of this rich historical background art landscapes date back to ancient Greece. effect, the mighty 'pastoral poems' (Eclogues) the Roman poet Virgil (from 70 BC to 19 BC) that the Hellenistic dream of a harmonically- idealized pastoral life in the extremely harsh and barren landscape of the then exotic high (for almost all Human unapproachable) Arcadia installed.


Hieronymus Bosch , "The Garden of Earthly Delights" (c. 1500) is on view at the Museo del Prado in Madrid . Left part of the triptych: 'paradise' . Middle part: 'The Garden of Earthly Delights' . Right part: 'hell' .

fantasy castle with a view in the picturesque landscape composed in the middle of the Peacock Island in Berlin.

________ landscape composition on Peacock Island in Berlin.

This image shows the summit of the mountain Havel in Berlin Grunewald, as he appeared a year ago . Now here is a heavily modified, much less attractive reality before - certainly, this place in a few years in their previous or a new aesthetic re appear.


A.) Cultural and historical background:

2) From the bucolic poetry of Virgil's idealization of Arcadia. idyllic pastoral poems of Theocritus (270 BC) to Virgil's poetic idealizations Arcadia (39 BC). Virgil drew one in the (then-exotic distant and hardly accessible) located Arcadia ' harmony between man and nature' as earthly paradise. Published in 1502 Jacopo Sannazaro the transfer of the 'Arcadian idea' from the Latin in the Italian language in his time. This led to a significant popularization of the 'Arcadian idea' and then to a diverse flood of idealistic 'shepherd seals'.


3) The painting of the harmonic-idealized landscape. In the Renaissance allowed the painted sensual depictions more and more people more direct access to 'Arcadian idea of earthly paradise '. The 'Arcadian theme' developed by a growing Latin-esoteric, poetic-conceptual and symbolic level in two-dimensional illusions . It apparently created three-dimensional 'dream and paradise landscapes'. The paintings include still icons are well-sensual directly accessible. The harmony of the peaceful country life lit each one and can many people are not affected .

4) The three-dimensional realization of the ideal landscape. is to walk the picturesque landscape compositions Arcadian idea (for everyone) directly, just sensual, emotional experience. From the two-dimensional visual illusion of three-dimensional walk- landscape composition. The composed and realized real parkland can, as the original nature, very specific, very direct experience and be seen. There can be good v on a less alienated 'Arcadian-harmonic' Ideal World dream.

B.) Philosophical Backgrounds:

5) appearance and background. attempt a sketchy introduction to some philosophical dualisms (duality teachings, Double layer): front green-walled phenomenal world and its background , sensual things and ideas, for appearance and Being, body and soul, matter and spirit, intuition and understanding, from the experience gained (a posteriori) and before experience lying (a priori) knowledge, object and subject, you want and reality, dream and reality etc.

6) The identity crisis of modernity - Philosophy as rigorous science. the beginning of the 20th Century, it was not succeeded freedom, justice , fraternity and the 'Arcadian dream' by the "harmony of man with nature and with man ', the values of the Enlightenment to realize . On the contrary, the two seminal catastrophe of the 20th Century seemed like a relapse into barbarism. The crisis in the real world reflected in a 'Crisis of European Sciences ' . Attempt to sketch Edmund Husserl program to rehabilitate the philosophy, as he tried to establish a new rigorous science.

C.) Current background :

7) The search for the realization. The 'Arcadian dream of harmony' - an eternal human motive? . This dream is very old and ever present: 'justice' is more than a pipe dream, more than an 'ideal': the underlying ' fair exchange' is longer term biological and ecological necessity . Hegel was convinced that the alternative story of truth and freedom must develop . Marx builds on Hegel's motives - but unlike Hegel, he sees no realized harmony not realized unity of philosophy and world , reason and reality. Hegel has left us the task of producing this unit: to be the philosophy as a practical critical 'logic of the matter' erwirklicht are still v . The limits of capitalism can lead to a more advanced civilization, but also to a complete collapse. History is open, they can also fail .

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