Philosophy of Art

So, Aristotle claimed the following:

The aim of art is to represent not the outward appearance of things, but their inward significance.

We are at this place.  Actually, we may have been, forever.  When a child renders an image of something, it is nothing but significant.   

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2 thoughts on “Philosophy of Art

    • Thank you for commenting. Yes, Plato was much into the abstract of beauty. I think I’ve found a kindred spirit in you! Thanks again.

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