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  1. Risto Pitkänen (1976). The Resemblance View of Pictorial Representation. British Journal of Aesthetics 16 (4):313-323.
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    Risto Pitkänen (2010). Art and its History. Nordic Journal of Aesthetics 21 (39).
    The paper argues that something is art only if (i) it belongs to a special kind of internal history and (ii) needs to be understood and appreciated in the light of such history. This goes against both the traditional view that art has a timeless, ahistorical essence and the historicist view that there can be no ahistorical perspective for understanding art. The paper draws on Hegel’s view that art needs to be understood through its history, but rejects the idea that (...)
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  3. Risto Pitkänen (1981). On the Analysis of Pictorial Representation.
     
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    Risto Pitkanen (1976). Content Identity. Mind 85 (338):262-268.
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    Risto Pitkānen (1976). Content Identity. Mind 85 (338):262 - 268.
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