Nelson Goodman and the Case for a Kalological Aesthetics
Palgrave Macmillan (2008)
|Abstract||Based on Nelson Goodman?s conception of language and of pragmatically inherited meaning, this book looks at the arts as systems of particular symbols. The author offers an approach to kalology as a metaphysical implication of symbological functioning|
|Keywords||Aesthetics, Modern Art Philosophy|
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|Call number||BH221.U54.G66 2008|
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