1. A. H. B. Allen (1955). The Meaning of Beauty. Philosophy 30 (113):112 - 130.
    Theories of beauty are often divided into the objective and the subjective. I am doubtful whether a rigid distinction between the two can be maintained. It is difficult for an objective theory to assert that the impression of beauty is received quite passively, without any reaction or co-operation on the part of the subject, which is likely to be similar in the various cases.
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  2. A. H. B. Allen (1952). Other Minds. Mind 61 (243):328-348.
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  3. A. H. B. Allen (1942). The Nature of Tragedy: A Psychological Essay. Philosophy 17 (66):144 - 158.
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