№3(59)
September 2017
ISSN
1990-4126

Russian

«Architecton: proceedings of higher education» № 29 March 2010

History of architecture


 Danilichkina Anastasia N.

Post-graduate student, Department of Aesthetics, Faculty of Philosophy, Moscow State University. Research supervisor: Associate Professor S.A.Dzikevich Department of Aesthetics Faculty of Philosophy, Moscow State University

ON THE DEVELOPMENT OF TERMINOLOGY RELATING TO CREATIVE ACTION IN THE MIDDLE AGES


This article describes the history of terminology relating to creativity in the Middle Ages. During the Middle Ages Latin terms came into usage, providing a basis for special European terminology in this field. The resulting set of, terminology had a broadest implication for culture as a whole. Gothic art was fully embodied in architecture, which was the result of collective creativity, very durable in terms of both style and specific construction. The Gothic cathedral became a plastic model of theological understanding of the universe. All means of artistic expression were involved in solving the problem. In this investigation it is shown how terminology relating to creativity emerged.

Key words: Middle Ages; gothic style; artefacts; author; creative method


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