Novels and Sounds

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One of the central questions of the ontology of art is which ontological categories the diferent types of artworks – such as paintings, novels, pieces of musics, or etchings – belong to. The best answer to this question may then reveal whether all types of artworks belong to the same ontological category; and perhaps also how this fact may be related to their signifcance in our lives
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