Aesthetics and Philosophy of Art


Day 4: Intention, Interpretation and Historicism



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Day 4: Intention, Interpretation and Historicism

Reading:


Jerrold Levinson (2004), ‘Defining Art Historically’, British Journal of Aesthetics 19 (1979), 232-50.

Recommended readings:

Berys Gaut (1993), ‘Interpreting the Arts: The Patchwork Theory’, Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 51: 597-609.

Paisley Livingston (1998), ‘Intentionalism in Aesthetics’, New Literary History, 29: 831-846.

Noël Carroll (2000), ‘Interpretation and Intention: The Debate Between Hypothetical and Actual Intentionalism’, in J. Margolis and T. Rockmore (eds.), The Philosophy of Interpretation. Oxford: Blackwell, 75-95.




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