Arguing about Art: Contemporary Philosophical Debates
Alex Neill, Aaron Ridley
Routledge, 2002 - Philosophy - 479 pages
This acclaimed and accessible anthology is ideal for newcomers to aesthetics or philosophy. Neill and Ridley introduce a wide range of discussions including sentimentality, feminism and aesthetics, appreciation, understanding and nature. Each chapter is accompanied by a clear introduction and suggestions for further reading.
This new edition has been fully revised and updated. It includes five new sections on the art of food, rock music and culture, enjoying horror, art and morality and public art.
Arguing about Art will appeal to students of art history, literature, and cultural studies as well as philosophy.
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