The Resource Art and the Platonic Matrix
- Art and the Platonic Matrix
- For two millennia philosophy has restlessly stalked a fundamental problem-the answer to the question "what is art, really?" Aesthetic discourse, focused on the Platonic Matrix of truth and beauty, arthood and object, imitation and representation, form and idea, has not delivered on its promise, leaving us in bewilderment over principles that are either ignored or contradicted by the arts themselves. In this searching critique, some astonishing faux pas are brought to light. Notably that aesth.
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