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Archive VOLUME 6 (2008)
Recent Publications
David Clowney A Third System of the Arts? An Exploration of Some Ideas from Larry Shiner's The Invention of Art: A Cultural History
Graham McFee The Friends of Jones' Paintings: A Case of Explanation in the Republic of Art
Peter H. Karlen The Aesthetics Of Trademarks
Jale Erzen The Dervishes Dance — The Sacred Ritual of Love
Eric Brook Art Imitating Art
Frederic Will Can We Get Inside the Aesthetic Sensibility of the Archaic Past?
Ken-ichi Sasaki A Silent Rhetoric: The Mechanism of Propaganda as Persuasion
Thomas Leddy The Aesthetics of Junkyards and Roadside Clutter
Maryvonne Saison "The People Are Missing"
Emmanouil Aretoulakis Aesthetic Appreciation, Ethics, and 9/11
Dan Disney Toward a Poeticognosis: Re-reading Plato's The Republic via Wallace Stevens' "An Ordinary Evening in New Haven"
Jonathan Davis Questioning "The Work of Art in the Age of Mechanical Reproduction": A Stroll around the Louvre after Reading Benjamin1
Grant Tavinor Definition of Videogames
SYMPOSIUM Danto's The Transfiguration of the Commonplace Twenty-Five Years Later
Ivan Gaskell The Riddle of a Riddle
Thomas E. Wartenberg Not Just Mere Things
Cynthia Freeland Danto and Art Criticism
Arthur C. Danto Ontology, Criticism, and the Riddle of Art Versus Non-Art in The Transfiguration of the Commonplace
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