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The Theory of Art
Attitude and Object
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aesthetic attitude aesthetic emotion aesthetic experience aesthetic object aesthetic theory aesthetic value ambiguous appreciation argument Aristotle art symbol Arthur Danto artifact artist artist's intention artworld aspects attention basic Beardsley Beardsley's theory called Chapter claim classificatory sense Collingwood complexity context counterinstances definition of art developed discussion disinterested distinct dramatic speaker emotivism empirical property evaluation evoke example expresses emotion feature feeling function G. E. Moore given Ibid imitation theory intentionalist critic involved Kant kind Langer language literal literary meaning metaphor Monroe Beardsley music expresses natural objects notion open concept ordinary painting perception perhaps person philosophers philosophy of art Platonism pleasure Plotinus poem principle of distinctness principles problem psychical distance qualities question R. G. Collingwood refer relation sentence Shaftesbury significant form simply smokescreen status subjectivism sublime theory of aesthetic theory of art theory of beauty thing tion tragedy unified unity utterance Virgil Aldrich Weitz's words