By Dr Colin Lyas
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There may be cases in which a composer puts into music a sound such that if one were to hear that sound in isolation, one might think “Ah! ”. But the composer is not imitating a bird, and, even if he or she were, music does not generally do that. Again, Annie Lennox doesn’t imitate lost love in “No more I love yous”, even if she feels the sentiment of that song. There are works of literature, Browning’s Dramatic monologues for example, where the writer tries to catch the tone of voice of, say, an irritable monk.
75–92. ) (London: Macmillan, 1973), pp. 244–82. Berleant, Art and engagement (Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 1991). I have not dealt with John Dewey’s important Art as experience (New York: Putnam, 1934). This is touched on in the Collinson contribution to Hanfling’s Philosophical aesthetics (pp. 150–6). Alexander, John Dewey’s theory of art, experience and nature (Albany: State University of New York Press, 1987). Beardsley who sketches an account of aesthetic experience in Beardsley (1958), pp.
I deal with this matter more fully later. Here I note that the notion of disinterestedness has a role to play. The argument goes thus: if my interest is personal and partial, I have no right to claim that simply because I have such an interest, you should share it. But if purely personal interests don’t come into the matter, there is more hope of agreement because no partiality gets in the way. So if we could show that our attention to the aesthetic was disinterested, in some way impersonal, then we would have some 30 IMPORTANCE: COMMUNITY right to expect more agreement.
AESTHETICS CL (Fundamentals of Philosophy) by Dr Colin Lyas