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Table of Contents
|Preface to the Third Edition|
|Introduction: What Makes "Art" such a Problematic Concept?|
|Art as Imitation: Plato|
|Art as Cognition: Aristotle|
|Art as Object of Taste: David Hume|
|Art as Communicable Pleasure: Immanuel Kant|
|Art as Revelation: Arthur Schopenhauer|
|Art as the Ideal: G. W. F. Hegel|
|Art as Redemption: Friedrich Nietzsche|
|Art as Communication of Feeling: Leo N. Tolstoy|
|Art as Symptom: Sigmund Freud|
|Art as Significant Form: Clive Bell|
|Art as Expression: R. G. Collingwood|
|Art as Experience: John Dewey|
|Art as Truth: Martin Heidegger|
|Art as Auratic: Walter Benjamin|
|Art as Indefinable: Morris Weitz|
|Art as Symbolic Form: Suzanne K. Langer|
|Art as Exemplification: Nelson Goodman|
|Art as Industry: Theodor W. Adorno|
|Art as Theory: Arthur Danto|
|Art as Institution: George Dickie|
|Art as Epistemology: Michel Foucault|
|Art as Aesthetic Production: Monroe C. Beardsley|
|Art as Practice: Nöel Carroll|
|Art as Make-Believe: Kendall Walton|
|Art as Deconstructable: Jacques Derrida|
|Art as Feminism: Carolyn Korsmeyer|
|Art as Cultural Production: Pierre Bourdieu|
|Art as Simulation: Jean Baudrillard|
|Art as Postcolonial: Kwame Anthony Appiah|
|Art as a Cluster Concept: Berys Gaut|
|Art as the Arts: Dominic McIver Lopes|
|About the Authors|
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