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The Reasons of Art / L'Art a ses raisons

Artworks and the Transformations of Philosophy / Les oeuvres d'art: défis à la philosophie

The Reasons of Art

Artworks and the Transformations of Philosophy

L'Art a ses raisons

Les oeuvres d'art: défis à la philosophie

Edited by / Sous la direction de PETER J. McCORMICK

The series Philosophica 30 sponsored by the Department of Philosophy University of Ottawa is edited by Guy Lafrance

La collection Philosophica 30 publiée sous le patronage du departement de Philosophie de l'Université d'Ottawa est dirigée par Guy Lafrance

TABLE OF CONTENTS / TABLE DES MATIÈRES

PREFACE • RÉFACE XVII

ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS • REMERCIEMENTS XIX

INTRODUCTION

PETER J. McCORMICK / OTTAWA Artworks and the Transformations ofPhilosophy 3

I Art and Philosophy / L'art et la philosophie

ARTHUR C. DANTO / NEW YORK The Philosophical Disenfranchisement of art 11

TORE NORDENSTAM / BERGEN

Suffering Art (Comment on Danto) 23

STEFAN MORAWSKI / WARSAW

Is There an Incompatibility between Philosophy and Art? 26

MIKEL DUFRENNE / PARIS

« Sans titre » 40

KEN-ICHI SASAKI / TOKYO

Idée de la philosophie de l'oeuvre et la structure élastique de celle-ci 47

SUSUMU SHONO / KAMAKURA

Artworks, Aesthetic Processes, and Situations in music 51

TSUNEMICHI KAMBAYASHI / OSAKA

Über die Seinserfahrung in der Tuschmalerei

und die künstlerische Naturauffassung in Ost

und West 56

KEIJI ASANUMA / TOKYO

Œuvre et matière 62

MICHAEL LINGNER / HAMBURG

Die Problematik des philosophischen Zugangs zur zeitgenössischen bildenden

Kunst: Die Auflösung des klassischen Werkes als Anfang der Ästhetik in ihrem Ende 69

ROSA MARÍA RAVERA / ROSARIO, ARGENTINE

Les rébellions du signifiant et les transformations de la philosophie 77

ISAAC PASSY/ SOFIA

Philosophy and Art 82

MICHEL FÉDOTOVITCH OVSIANNIKOFF/ MOSCOU

L'esthétique, perçue comme conception philosophique 86

LUCIAN KRUKOWSKI/ST. LOUIS, U.S.A. Aufbau and Bauhaus: "Essentialism" in Philosophy and Art 90

RÉGINE PIETRA / PARIS

L'esthétique éeartelée : de l'écart à la trace 96

II Theories of Art / Les théories de Part

RUDOLF ARNHEIM / ANN ARBOR, U.SA.

In Favour of Confrontation 107

JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ / MADRID

Truth, Boundaries, and Interpretation in Aesthetics, I (Comment on Arnheim) 113

MILAN DAMNJANOVIĆ / BELGRADE

Les oeuvres d'art existent : comment sont-

elles possibles? 116

TORE NORDENSTAM / BERGEN

Ontologizing Art (Comment on Damnjanović) 123

FRANCIS SPARSHOTT / TORONTO

The Contestability of Artworks 126

TORE NORDENSTAM / BERGEN

Anchoring Art (Comment on Sparshott) 134

B.R. TILGHMAN / MANHATTAN, KANSAS, U.SA.

There Are Theories and Again Theories 138

JACK GL1CKMAN / BROCKPORT, U.SA.

On the Role of Theories of Art 143

CAROLYN KORSMEYER / BUEFALO

Art Defying Theory 147

DONALD BROOK / BEDFORD PARK, AUSTRAUA

Representing, Speculating, Knowing 153

KARL ASCHENBRENNER / BERKELEY

Expression: "Instant Coherence" 159

MARC JIMENEZ / PARIS

L'ésthetique négative 167

NKIRU NZEGWU / IFE, NIGERIA

Are Western Aesthetic Theories Relevant for the Understanding of African Art? 173

NORIKO HASHIMOTO / TOKYO

Eco-aesthetica 178

III

Turning Points in the History of Aesthetics / Moments-clés de l'histoire de l'esthétique

TOMONOBU IMAMICHI / TOKYO

The Meaning of Night in Aesthetic Experience 185

RAYMOND MONTPETIT / MONTREAL

Voir, ne pas entendre s'entendre parler: monologue devant la peinture (Remarques sur Imamichi) 192

JOSEPH MARGOLIS / PHILADELPHIA

How to Theorize about Texts at the Present Time: Deconstruction and its Victims 198

JOSE JIMENEZ / MADRID

Truth, Boundaries, and Interpretation in Aesthetics, II

(Comment on Margolis) 212

DABNEY TOWNSEND / ARLINGTON, U.S.A.

The Interaction of Art and Nature: Shifting Paradigms in Eighteenth-century Philosophy 215

ALLEN CARLSON / EDMONTON, CANADA

Interactions between Art and Nature: Environmental Art 222

DONALD W. CRAWFORD / MADISON, U.S.A.

Art into Nature: Decoration, Incursion, or Revelation? 232

HEINZ PAETZOLD / HAMBURG

Alexander Gottlieb Baumgarten als Begründer der Ästhetik in der Neuzeit 243

PEGUME SAKABE / TOKYO

Kant on Verstand, Vernunft, and Einbildungskraft 250

LAMBERT ZUIDERVAART /EDMONTON, CANADA

The Artefactuality of Autonomous Art: Kant and Adorno 256

MARTIN DONOUGHO / COLUMBIA, U.S.A. Hegel: A Turning-point in the History of Aesthetics 263

NORBERT KRENZLIN / BERLIN, D.D.R.

Der philosophische Neuansatz von Marx: Ein Wendepunkt in der Geschichte der Ästhetik 269

JOS DE MUL / NIJMEGEN

Image without Origin: On Nietzsche's Transcendental Metaphor 273

IV Art, Knowledge, and Evaluation / Art, connaissance et évaluation

GIANNI VATTIMO / TURIN

Aesthetics and the End of Epistemology 287

BOHDAN DZIEMIDOK / GDAŃSK

On Aesthetic and Artistic Evaluations of the Work of Art 295

JOSÉ JIMÉNEZ / MADRID

Truth, Boundaries, and Interpretation in Aesthetics, III

(Comment on Dziemidok) 307

GEORGE DICKIE / CHICAGO

Hume's Way: The Path Not Taken 309

SUSAN L. FEAGIN / KANSAS CITY

Experiences and Values of Art 315

ROBERT J. YANAL / DETROIT

Aesthetic Value and Genius 321

NOËL CARROLL /MIDDLETOWN, U.S.A.

Formalism and Critical Evaluation 327

BARBARA HERRNSTEIN SMITH / PHILADELPHIA

Truth/Value 336

YVONNE BERNARD / PARIS

L'oeuvre d'art, objet de connaissance 345

CAROLYN WILDE / LONDON

Paintings and the Perception of Truth in Images of Action 351

MARIA GOŁASZEWSKA / CRACOW

On Axiological Problems in Aesthetics 358

VITTORIO UGO / PALERME

Type, règle, caractère 363

RICHARD SHUSTERMAN / BEER SHEVA, ISRAEL

On Knowing the Value of a Work of Art 368

V The Real, the Fictional, and the Artworld / Realité, fiction, art

GÖRAN HERMERÉN / LUND

Interactions 377

NICHOLAS WOLTERSTORFF / GRAND RAPIDS, U.S.A.

Characters 394

KENDALL L. WALTON / ANN ARBOR, U.S.A.

Fictional Entities 403

PETER VAN INWAGEN / SYRACUSE, U.S.A.

Pretence and Paraphrase 414

JOHN HE1NTZ / CALGARY, CANADA

The Language of Fiction 423

MICHAEL GIBSON / PARIS

Art and the Ontological Question 429

MONIQUE R. LANGLOIS / MONTRÉAL

Quelques portraits frangais du XVIIIe siècle : defis toujours actuels à la philosophie 435

MARY BITTNER WISEMAN / NEW YORK

Notes on Photography and the Presence of the world 442

AKIKO KOANA / TOKYO

La théorie musicale dans l'épistémologie de Condillac 448

ALICJA KUCZYNSKA / WARSA W

The Silence of Icons: An Attempted Neo-Platonist Interpretation of the Phenomenon of

the Icon 452

PHILIPPE MINGUET / LIÈGE

Une rhétorique de l'architecture? 459

LAI-XIANG ZHOU / JINAN, PEOPLE'S REPUBLIC OF CHINA

A Comparison between Eastern and Western Classical Aesthetic Theories 465

KI-SOOPAIK/SEOUL

The Particularity of Aesthetic Taste: On Appreciating Eastern Black-ink Painting 471

WING-CHEUKCHAN/ T'AICHUNG, REPUBLIC OF CHINA

The Chinese Philosoph) of Art and Taoism: Art and Nature 475

APPENDIX/ANNEXE

Programme of the Xth International (Congress in Aestheties, Montreal. 14-19 August 1984/

Programme du Xe Congrès international d'esthétique, Montréal, 14-19 août 1984 481



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