Congratulations, it's a tragedy: Collingwood's remarks on genre

British Journal of Aesthetics 42 (1):52-63 (2002)
Abstract
This essay argues that R.G. Collingwood's remarks about genre are implausible, and that they stem, despite their apparent origin in his wider account of art, from his failure to take some of his own most important insights seriously enough. Some possible reasons for that failure are suggested; and it is shown that, once the relevant insights are given their proper weight, Collingwood's account commands the resources from which a plausible story about genre might have been constructed. To this extent, the present essay constitutes a defence of Collingwood's philosophy of art.
Keywords Collingwood   Aesthetics
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