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Table Of Contents

1. Iki in Historical Context
2.1. What Kuki Missed – Criticisms on The Structure of “Iki”
2.2. The Aesthetics of Edo Townspeople (Edokko)
2.3.1. Ambivalence to the West - The West as the Other
2.3.2. Relativity of Iki
3.1. Iki as an Alternative Aesthetics Based on Everyday Life
3.2. Formal Iki and Situational Iki
3.3. Simplicity of Iki
3.4. Implicitness of Iki – Museum as a Counter Example
3.5.1. Tea Ceremony
3.5.2. Japanese Alcove (Tokonoma)
3.5.3. Repetition and Ritual
3.5.4. Iki as Shaking of Everydayness
4.1. No iki in the West?
4.2.1 Fashion and Hairstyle
4.2.2 Iki in Behavior
4.3. Modern Artistic Manifestations of Iki
5. Conclusion
6.1. English-Language Sources
6.2. Japanese-Language Sources
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Aesthetics of Everyday Life

Aesthetics of Everyday Life

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Published by: Michael Pastor on Mar 25, 2012
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