Teaching Philosophy 32 (1):69-82 (2009)

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Below I will review a number of recent publications in philosophy of art and aesthetics. Since aestheticians and philosophers of art currently have a wide selection of texts available to them that would be appropriate for instructional use, it seems useful to evaluate some of these recent texts. The texts I have chosen to review vary in style, organization, and type. Because there are so many ways one could teach an aesthetics or philosophy of art course, it is useful to pursue a diversity of content in assessing some of the more recent offerings in the discipline
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