By Jeffrey R. Di Leo
Providing alternative ways to visualize feedback with no critique, this assortment presents a survey of either the tricky occasions dealing with ideological critique and the ways that literary feedback and aesthetics were tormented by altering attitudes towards critique.
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Once we are clear on this distinction, many claims follow that prepare the stage for elaborating the roles of appreciation in literary studies. My most ambitious claim is that we would be better off if we stopped using the term “humanities” and replaced it with something that has some practical grounding. The term “humanities” is obviously arrogant and self-congratulatory. It assumes that whatever is not encompassed in its ken is somehow other than human. And it assumes that being human is something to celebrate, although there is considerable evidence to the contrary.
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Like Danto’s definition, Eaton’s definition, through her decades of scholarship, has grown more expansive and more inclusive in its attempt to be what she calls a “sustainable definition” of art. 34 This definition is useful to the problem at hand because of its circularity; it has no beginning point, no foundational presupposition. An artifact is art if it has art properties; art properties are those that are intrinsic to the appreciation of the artifact in question. The discernment of what counts as intrinsic properties worthy of attention is contingent on the artifact and the discourse community in question.