— PHIL 323 (3)
Constitutes an introduction to problems, classical and contemporary, in philosophical aesthetics. A case-based approach is used to explore a variety of issues, including the nature of art and art works; beauty, ugliness and aesthetic experience; meaning and interpretation; art and ethics; criticism, interpretation, and evaluation. Cases are drawn from a cross-section of the arts, including painting, music, literature, sculpture, and dance. Prerequisites: PHIL 101, 102, and 201.
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