What is art?: editorial introduction

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What is art? What is beauty? How do they relate? Where does consciousness come in? What about truth? And can science help us with issues of this kind? Because such questions go to the very heart of current conflicts about Western value systems, they are unlikely to receive definitive answers. But they are still very much worth exploring -- which is precisely the purpose of this collection of papers, with particular attention to the relationships between art and science
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