Philosophy of Art: A Contemporary Introduction

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Index
a
Abramovic, Marina 6
Abrams, M. H. 105
Abstract Expressionism 176
aesthetic definition of art 159, 160-182, 187, 202, 206, 208, 228, 231, 250, 264, 265
aesthetic experience 156-204
aesthetic function 166
aesthetic intention 162-166, 167
aesthetic properties 157, 160, 161, 168, 170, 174, 177, 188, 189-200, 201, 202, 203
aesthetics 156-204
affect-oriented account 168, 170-173, 174, 177-180, 181, 187, 202
Agani Ogun33
aisthesis156
Albers, Josef 24, 112
aleatoric art 72, 73, 76, 147
Ally McBeal33
Amistad62
analytic philosophy 2-5
analytic philosophy of art 5-7
Angkor Wat 113
anthropomorphic properties 80-105
Anticipation of the Night54
Antoni, Janine 252
Arch of Triumph 116
Aristotle 10, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23, 24, 25, 56, 217
arousal condition 84-86
art circle 224
art regards 241-249, 261
art responses 200-201
attention 183-187

b
Balla, Giacomo 24
ballet d’action23
Balogun, Ola 33
Barwell, Ismay 106
Batteux, Charles 22, 23
Baumgarten, Alexander 156
Beardsley, Monroe 57, 106, 154, 203
Beat poetry 71
Beethoven, Ludwig van 53, 60, 70, 82, 90, 92185, 192, 222
Bell, Clive 109, 110, 153, 160, 168, 173, 216-217
Beloved73
Berlioz, Hector 53
Bernini, Gianlorenzo 245
Bird in Flight207, 208
Bleak House213
Blithedale Romance, The183
Bradley, A. C. 159
Brahms, Johannes 60
Brakhage, Stan 54, 259, 260, 261
Brancusi, Constantin 207, 208
Braque, Georges 253
Breugel, Pieter 123-125
Brillo Box253, 254, 258
Brothers Karamazov, The169
Buñuel, Luis 175
Burial at Ornans33

c
Cage, John 72, 73, 119-121, 128, 175, 182, 220
Canterbury Tales213
Carmen149
Carroll, Noël 154, 203, 267
Catcher in the Rye25
catharsis 19, 20
causal theory of reference 251
Cezanne, Paul 109
charades 52-53
Charge of the Light Brigade, The130
Chien Andalou, Un175
cladists 257
Clancy, Tom 94
clarity condition 71, 73

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Introduction 1
  • Introduction 2
  • 1 - Art and Representation 19
  • 2 - Art and Expression 59
  • 3 - Art and Form 108
  • 4 - Art and Aesthetic Experience 156
  • Contents 205
  • 5 - Art, Definition and Identification 206
  • Index 269
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