Arguing about Art: Contemporary Philosophical Debates
Alex Neill, Aaron Ridley
Psychology Press, 2002 - Art - 479 pages
Arguing about Art, 2nd Editionis an expanded and revised new edition of this highly acclaimed anthology. This lively collection presents twenty-seven readings in a clear and accessible format discussing the major themes and arguments in aesthetics. Alex Neill and Aaron Ridley's introductions provide a balanced account of each topic and highlight the important questions that are raised in the readings. The new sections of the book are: The Art of Food; Rock Music and Culture; Enjoying Horror; Art and Morality; and Public Art. In addition, many of the introductions have been updated and each section includes suggestions for further reading.
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