Metodo

International Studies in Phenomenology and Philosophy

Journal | Volume | Article

174464

Contemporary art

judgments and normativity

Tiziana Andina

pp. 79-90

Abstract

Is judgement still possible in art? The present paper tries to answer this question, exploring the two-main forms of judgement in the domain of art: the ontological-artistic judgment (regarding the identity of works of art) and the aesthetic judgement (regarding their aesthetic properties). Arguing that the most philosophically interesting cases are those in which judgment seems impossible, the article explores the elements necessary for the formulation of the two judgements that make up the domain of art.

Publication details

Published in:

(2017). Law and the faculty of judgement. Rivista di estetica 65.

Pages: 79-90

DOI: 10.4000/estetica.2160

Full citation:

Andina Tiziana (2017). Contemporary art: judgments and normativity. Rivista di estetica 65, pp. 79-90.