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The space of seeing-in

The space of seeing-in
The space of seeing-in
Recent work on seeing-in has taken a pluralist turn. There is variety among pictures, so we should expect variety among seeing-in. Dominic Lopes’s taxonomy of seeing-in is arguably the most thorough that is currently available. Lopes identifies five varieties of seeing-in. In this paper I identify a sixth: pseudo-actualism. This paper improves our current best taxonomy of seeing-in.
0007-0904
271-278
Cavedon-Taylor, Daniel
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Cavedon-Taylor, Daniel
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Cavedon-Taylor, Daniel (2011) The space of seeing-in. The British Journal of Aesthetics, 51 (3), 271-278. (doi:10.1093/aesthj/ayr020).

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Recent work on seeing-in has taken a pluralist turn. There is variety among pictures, so we should expect variety among seeing-in. Dominic Lopes’s taxonomy of seeing-in is arguably the most thorough that is currently available. Lopes identifies five varieties of seeing-in. In this paper I identify a sixth: pseudo-actualism. This paper improves our current best taxonomy of seeing-in.

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Published date: July 2011
Organisations: Philosophy

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Local EPrints ID: 405226
URI: https://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/405226
ISSN: 0007-0904
PURE UUID: 60c95f21-9f26-44a8-909c-91983f9dde9a

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Last modified: 15 Jul 2019 19:43

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Author: Daniel Cavedon-Taylor

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