Orgasm and art

Academic Voices 2021:18-20 (2021)
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Karl Pfeifer argues against the view that an aesthetic experience must be a uniquely special kind of experience by means of an analogy with sexual experiences. Nonetheless, he leaves open the possibility that some aesthetic experiences might still be of a special kind.



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Karl Pfeifer
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