Graduate studies at Western
Peter Lang (2008)
|Abstract||Systems theory understands phenomena in terms of the systems of which they are part. This book is about a systems theoretical approach to thinking about art.|
|Keywords||Art Philosophy System theory|
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|Call number||N71.H24 2008|
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