Wojcieh Malecki, Embodying Pragmatism. Richard Shusterman’s Philosophy and Literary Theory [Book Review]

European Journal of Pragmatism and American Philosophy 2 (2):233-239 (2010)
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Abstract

Though hints of increasing interest can be discerned here and there within contemporary aesthetic theory, as a whole, pragmatist aesthetics is still very much situated at the outskirts of philosophical aesthetics. Richard Shusterman is basically the only figure who has tried to develop a more systematic aesthetic theory based on pragmatist ideas, and while his work has been addressed and its value acknowledged in various parts of contemporary theory, its impact on what could be called the har...

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