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|Macaulay, Thomas B. There is no philosophy without the art of ignoring |
objections. - Maistre, Joseph De Philosophy stands in the same relation to the
study of the actual world as masturbation to sexual love. - Marx, Karl The
philosophers have ...
Catherine Z. Elgin - 1997 - 364 pages
|istics about which there is no doubt whatever concerning aesthetic relevance. |
Similarly, on the side of the putative philistine, appears the rejoinder to a more
complex objection — an objection that gets us ... we can still not ignore the well-
established fact that in the context of appreciation of even "non-representational"
Brian P. McLaughlin, Jonathan Cohen - 2009 - 384 pages
|It is an objection that there is no unique such description. At the very least, there |
... Why not? Or again – and ignoring statues and clay for the moment – no map
can have a content that represents two objects as being at the very same location
|Intersubjective agreement is required for the former projects, but not for the latter. |
Natural science is a paradigmatic project of ... little theories into big theories. It is
never an objection to a religious belief that there is no evidence for it. The only ...
|Wilson's objections are unsuccessful. ... on the events in which he participated, |
so there must be specific evidence within the text for his existence and
characteristics. ... But Wilson's basic prescription of stipulated omniscience does
not solve the problem of narratorial knowledge. The principle (ignoring the
presumption clause) states: if the narrator fictionally asserts that P, then it is
fictional that P. Now ...
|hard for any argument concerning potential to be definitive; so it is no answer to |
these points that they are not definitive. ... they do not know what to do with film,
so they ignore it. 7.3 MASS ART The third line of objection to considering film a
vehicle for art, and the final one I shall consider here, goes as follows: art is a
matter of refinement, of taste, ... There are, after all, a good many truths in the
|not therefore vulnerable to the major objections which can be brought against |
Collingwood's theory. ... it severs the link between the artist and his audience and
that it totally ignores the significance of the medium.4 There is nothing in the
Croce-Collingwood ... on which they are based, is a distinction belonging to the
philosophy of craft, and not applicable to the philosophy of art.6 Since Kant holds
that the ...
|Hence, “x is created” does not imply “x is an artwork” any more than does “x is an |
artifact” implies this. Second, there is good reason to believe that the manner in
which nature is created, if it is, is so very different from the way artworks are ...
Further, if these assump' tions were to lead one to ignore the more immediate
causes of the natural world—natural events, forces, and laws—then the literal
version might be as open to the distortion objection as the other models
considered so far.
Matthew Kieran, Dominic Lopes - 2003 - 336 pages
|But there is quite another use of literary fiction in ethical thought we need to |
consider. ... What she thinks traditional moral philosophy ignores are the different
formal possibilities created by literary styles that are in no sense ... They relate to
ethical ideas not by saying or telling (however deeply interpreted they need to be
) but by showing and being. ... distinctions, arguments, and objections, and this
purpose is best served by philosophical texts and, as McGinn argues, by literary
Luc Ferry - 1993 - 276 pages
|Even if we ignore the details, we can easily understand how the application of |
this logical structure to the problem raised ... in making of art criticism the model
for philosophical criticism, in order to clear the irrational dross away from the idea
. Here, not only is the plurality of systems no longer an objection to the idea of
truth, but, rather, the real objection would be the ... of the being-there in which the
multiple determinations incarnate into the existence of specific philosophical