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Humour: A Very Short Introduction
Humour is a universal feature of human life. In this Very Short Introduction Noel Carroll considers the nature and value of humour, from its leading theories and its relation to emotion and cognition, to ethical questions of its morality and its s...
Art in Three Dimensions
Art in Three Dimensions is a collection of essays by a leading figure in the philosophy of art. The animating idea behind Carroll's work is that philosophers of art should look beyond aesthetics and refocus their attention on the ways in which art...
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"Beyond Aesthetics is but the latest in a series of important works in which Carroll undertakes to expose the shortcomings of traditional and conventional modes of interpretation and appreciation." Journal of Aesthetic Education
Bloggat om Beyond Aesthetics
Foreword Peter Kirvy; Introduction; Part I. Beyond Aesthetics: 1. Art and interaction; 2. Beauty and genealogy of art theory; 3. Four concepts of aesthetic experience; Part II. Art, History, and Narrative: 4. Art, practice, and narrative; 5. Identifying art; 6. Historical narratives and the philosophy of art; 7. On the narrative connection; 8. Interpretation, history and narrative; Part III. Interpretation and Intention: 9. Art, intention, and conversation; 10. Anglo-American aesthetics and contemporary criticism: intention and the hermeneutics of suspicion; 11. The intention of fallacy: defending myself; 12. Intention and interpretation: the debate between hypothetical and actual intentionalism; Part IV. Art, Emotion, and Morality: 13. Art, narrative, and emotion; 14. Horror and humor; 15. The paradox of suspense; 16. Art, narrative, and moral understanding; 17. Moderate moralism; 18. Simulation, emotions, and morality; Part V. Alternative Topics: 19. On jokes; 20. The paradox of junk fiction; 21. Visual metaphor; 22. On being moved by nature; 23. Emotion, appreciation, and nature.