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Philosophy Of Art

Philosophy Of Art

Creative writing, filmmaking, painting, sculpting, singing and dancing are just some examples of things that most of us link to the word “art”.

Still, there are four ways in which we can examine whether a particular “art” has fulfilled its role and purpose or not. These four ways are imitationalism, formalism, instrumentalism, and emotionalism.


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