Philosophy looks at the arts.

New York, Scribner [1962] .

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Subjects Aesthetics.
Philosophy, American.
Description 235 pages
Copyright Date [1962]
Notes Includes bibliographical references.
Contents 1. Aesthetics: What makes a situation aesthetic? / J.O. Urmson -- 2. Expression: The concept of expression in art / Vincent Tomas -- 3. The work of art: The role of theory in aesthetics / Morris Weitz -- 4. Aesthetic qualities: Aesthetic concepts / Frank Sibley -- 5. The artist's intention: The intentional fallacy / William K. Wimsatt, Jr. and Monroe C. Beardsley -- 6. The critic's interpretation: The logic of interpretation / Joseph Margolis -- 7. Interpretation and evaluation: On the reasons that can be given for the interpretation of a poem / Charles L. Stevenson -- 8. Value judgments: Critical communication / Arnold Isenberg -- 9. Appreciation and evaluation: Reasons in art criticism / Paul Ziff -- 10. Fiction: The language of fiction / Margaret MacDonald -- 11. Truth in literature: Implied truths in literature / John Hospers -- 12. Metaphor: Metaphor / Max Black.
Network Numbers (OCoLC)376557
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WorldCat Identities Margolis, Joseph, 1924-
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