Monroe Beardsley

I say that an artwork is either an arrangement of conditions intended to be capable of affording an experience with marked aesthetic character or (incidentally) an arrangement belonging to a class or type of arrangements that is typically intended to have this capacity.

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  1. shinichi Post author

    The true locus of creativity is not the genetic process prior to the work but the work itself as it lives in the experience of the beholder.

    ~ Monroe Beardsley


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