Indian Philosophical Quarterly 24 (1):105-113 (1997)

Steven Barbone
San Diego State University
Review of Mortiz Schlick's "Basic Problems of Aesthetics in the Light of Evolutionary Theory" and "On the Meaning of Life." From these, the paper suggests an aesthetic theory that describes art-making as play. This theory may be useful to identify artworks from non-artworks.
Keywords Schlick, Moritz  aesthetics  evolution  beauty
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