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Unformatted text preview: them in such a way as to be intelligible to himself; his audience is then in the position of persons who overhear him doing this.” – R.G. Collingwood VI.Art as Experience “Thus the non-esthetic lies between two limits. At one pole is the loose succession that does not begin at any particular place and that ends – in the sense of ceasing – at no particular place. At the other pole is arrest, constriction, proceeding from parts that have only a mechanical connection with one another.” – John Dewey VII. Art as a Social Institution “A work of art in the classificatory sense is 1) an artifact 2) upon which some person or persons acting on behalf of a certain social institution (the art world) has conferred the status of candidate for appreciation.” – George Dickie...
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- Fall '07
- R.G. Collingwood, Susanne Langer, John Dewey VII, Art I. Art