Arthur C. Danto in “The Artworld” provides us with the argument that, “To see something as art requires something that the eye cannot descry-an atmosphere of artistic theory, a knowledge of the history of art: an artworld.” Danto shows us the importance of the artworld in order to know that.
Updated and revised, the Second Edition of Danto and His Critics presents a series of essays by leading Danto scholars who offer their critical assessment of the influential works and ideas of Arthur C. Danto, the Johnsonian Professor Emeritus in the Department of Philosophy at Columbia University and long-time art critic for The Nation.
The Philosophy of Arthur C. Danto (Volume XXXIII, 2013) Arthur Danto was the Johnsonian Professor Emeritus of Philosophy at Columbia University. The Philosophy of Arthur C. Danto offers Danto's intellectual autobiography and responds to essays by 27 of the keenest critics of his thought from the worlds of philosophy and the arts. The book.
The End Of Art By Arthur Danto 1658 Words 7 Pages Arthur Danto was a man who knew a great deal about not only art but philosophy as well, he wrote a handful of art philosophy essays. One essay in particular made quite an impact on art as we know it today, “The End Of Art” gave many reasons to why as he thought art was coming to an end.
The Artworld Arthur Danto The Journal of Philosophy, Vol. 61, No. 19, American Philosophical Association Eastern Division Sixty-First Annual Meeting.Learn More
Book Description: Arthur C. Danto is unique among philosophers for the breadth of his philosophical mind, his eloquent writing style, and the generous spirit embodied in all his work. Any collection of essays on his philosophy has to engage him on all these levels, because this is how he has always engaged the world, as a philosopher and person.Learn More
Arthur C. Danto. Narration and Knowledge (including the integral text of ’Analytical Philosophy of History’) Year: 2007. Publisher: Columbia University Press. The body body problem: selected essays. University of California Press. Arthur Coleman Danto. Year: 1999. Language: english. File: EPUB, 496 KB.Learn More
This critical writing on “Beauty and politics” Arthur Danto was written and submitted by your fellow student. More This paper has been submitted by user Roy Vang who studied at Chapman University, USA, with average GPA 3.62 out of 4.0.Learn More
Arthur C. Danto is one of the most original and multitalented philosophers writing today, a thinker whose interests traverse the boundaries of traditional understandings of philosophy. Best known for his contributions to the philosophy of art and aesthetics, Danto is also esteemed for his work in the history of philosophy, the philosophy of history, philosophical psychology, and action theory.Learn More
The Philosophy of Arthur C. Danto (Chicago: Open Court, 2013) summarizes the themes I discuss; quotation is from his “Reply to David Carrier,” p. 231. It contains an invaluable bibliography of Danto’s writings as well as his intellectual biography.Learn More
Arthur C. Danto was born in Ann Arbor, Michigan, in 1924, and grew up in Detroit. After spending two years in the Army, Danto studied art and history at Wayne University (now Wayne State.Learn More
The thirty-third volume of the Library of Living Philosophers is dedicated to the life and thought of Arthur Danto, the philosopher and art critic who died last October. The book is a mixed bag. This might be inevitable in a collection of twenty-seven essays and responses. But the problems go beyond the odd misfire among the contributions.Learn More
Prepared in collaboration with the Robert Mapplethorpe Foundation, Essay by Arthur C. Danto. First published in GB in 1992, reprinted 1995. Extra mailing will be requeted. I mail at cost.Learn More
Arthur C. Danto Remembered. Life with Art, Lydia Goehr. Arthur Danto once told me that having been born on the first day of the year (the year was 1924) he felt obliged to do something important. When I asked him what I should then do having been born on January 10th, he replied, “obviously not as much as me.” He did do something important.Learn More
Danto, Arthur Coleman, 1924- These essays explore the relationship between art and philosophy through a number of concrete cases in which either artists are driven by philosophical agendas, or their art is seen as solving philosophical problems in visual terms.Learn More
Ewa Bogusz-Boltuc. Figuration and Gestural Abstraction is a revised version of a catalogue essay, the publication of which accompanied the exhibition, “Prints of Arthur C. Danto,” presented at the University of Illinois, Springfield, 27 August-23 September 2009.Learn More