By James W. Manns
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I am not arguing here that chairfalling does merit immediate inclusion into the performance art domain. It does not appear that the mere claim of the fraternity brothers to be recognized as artists should be taken as a sufficient condition for being so recognized, even if they happen to have a certain reputation for artistic discernment. But let us suppose further that one of the brothers has an influential unclea belligerent agent who owns the ears of a few dance company impresarios. Could this prove to be the factor that legitimizes their claim?
At this gathering, it is only reasonable to expect that certain people will bear a definite resemblance to one another: Uncle Henry's cheekbones will be discernible in several faces; Grandfather's bandy legs will hold up a few other folks; and perhaps Aunt Edith's raucous laugh will clatter across the reception hall, first from one direction, then from another. Search as we may, however, we will find no one feature manifest in each and every individual present. Yet numerous resemblances are apparent, so we will think of these as family resemblances.
Universality, Objectivity, and the Claim of Taste 133 The Problem 134 The Subjective Approach: David Hume 140 A Case for Objectivity and Universality: Thomas Reid 147 Subjectivity Universalized: Immanuel Kant 156 Universality Revisited, and Revised 168 A Final Thought 175 Notes 177 Bibliography 183 Index 185 About the Author 191 Page ix Series Preface The series, Explorations in Philosophy, is intended to provide undergraduates and other readers with quality introductions not only to the principal areas of philosophy, including traditional topics of investigationepistemology, ethics, and social and political philosophybut also to contemporary subjects of importance such as critical theory, feminist studies, and the ethics of reproduction.
Aesthetics by James W. Manns