来源:[J].Journal of Aesthetic Education, 2020, Vol.54 (2), pp.113-122
摘要:This paper explores how facts that lie beyond the formal properties of works of art are necessary for the development of aesthetic taste. The paper argues that taste may be educated, that an educated taste is better than a noneducated one, and that this education proceeds largely...
来源:[J].Journal of Aesthetic Education, 2020, Vol.54 (2), pp.75-93
摘要:This article advances an account of the nonhedonic values of horror fiction (including film). It is motivated by cases in which consuming horror fosters what theorists of education call “transformative learning” in adult students, brought to my attention through teaching a c...
来源:[J].Journal of Aesthetic Education, 2020, Vol.54 (2), pp.21-38
摘要:In this article, I outline a reading of Mei in the Zhuangzi, taken to mean “beauty” or “the beautiful.” There is a possible anachronism involved in such an approach because mei is not central to Zhuangzi's thinking. Nonetheless, I will argue that interesting points of r...
来源:[J].Journal of Aesthetic Education, 2020, Vol.54 (2), pp.1-20
摘要:Art, broadly understood, exists across cultures, and non-art objects can become works of art through acts of creative appropriation. Appropriators can be artists. A correct concept or definition of art will be adequate insofar as it tracks the metaphysics of art in general. Among...


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