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Title: THE NATURE OF AESTHETICS
Publisher: PHILOSOPHY PUBLISHING
Publication Date: 1995
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: New
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The narrative is done in classic dialogue, and as the reader advances, the very questions that come to mind appear and are answered satisfactorily and comprehensively.
Chapter One and Two define literature and art as the expression of how an author or artist sees his world and distinguishes this from other types of expression such as a newspaper article, lab report, essay, etc.
Chapter Three defends aesthetics and beauty as the evolutionary positive extreme the basis of which is steeped in survival. It concludes that beauty is not in the eye of the beholder, that the aesthetic sense has an evolutionary purpose to enable man to recognize and apppreciate that which is positive for his survival.About the Author:
Chris Angle is the author of a series of dialogues on philosophy that are integrally and comprehensively related.
Chris Angle has a forthcoming book, The Philosophical and Modular Nature of Economics, due out this fall. This work explains that the economic decision making process is modular with specific components. Hence, all economics and its attendant problems and issues can be analyzed knowing these components.
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