Values of Art: Pictures, Poetry, and Music (Penguin philosophy)
Works of art can enrich our awareness of human experience, educate us, or even offer an emotional outlet, but how exactly should we assess their artistic value? British philosophy professor Malcolm Budd argues that although there are many varieties of artistic success, there is but a single value that ranges across the arts. Budd examines many of the issues involved in the appraisal and appreciation of specific art forms.
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