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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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