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Of Mind and Other Matters

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PAPERBACK

$37.00 • £29.95 • €33.50

ISBN 9780674631267

Publication Date: 10/15/1987

Short

224 pages

6-1/4 x 9-1/4 inches

9 line-art

World

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  • I. Thought
    • Science and Sin
    • Love and Understanding
    • Knowing through Seeing
    • On Reconceiving Cognition
    • Can Thought Be Quoted?
    • On Thoughts without Words
  • II. Things
    • Notes on the Well-Made World
    • On Starmaking
    • Determined Materialism
    • Worlds of Individuals
  • III. Reference
    • Routes of Reference
    • Metaphor as Moonlighting
    • Splits and Compounds
    • Reference in Art
    • Depiction as Denotation
    • Statements and Pictures
    • About Truth About
  • IV. Art in Theory
    • Twisted Tales
    • The Telling and the Told
    • Fiction for Five Fingers
    • Three Types of Realism
    • On Being in Style
    • On Symptoms of the Aesthetic
    • Virtue Confined
    • On the Identity of Works of Art
    • Implementation of the Arts
  • V. Art in Action
    • Notes from the Underground
    • Explorations in Art Education
    • A Message from Mars
    • Art and Ideas
    • The End of the Museum?
  • Appendix: Conversation with Frans Boenders and Mia Gosselin
  • Sources and Acknowledgments
  • Name Index
  • Subject Index

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