John Hospers presents a unique, evoking collection of writings about aesthetics in this book sure to serve undergraduate studies.
With a focus on the idea of art as form, expression, and symbol, Introductory Readings in Aesthetics provides necessary and interesting analysis on the readings of aesthetics.
The perfect addition to undergraduate classrooms, Hospers strives to share relevant and fresh information within the pages of this anthology that is sure to keep readers and instructors interested and engaged.
John Hospers was an American philosopher and political activist. He was the first presidential candidate of the Libertarian Party in 1972. Hospers taught philosophy at the University of Minnesota and Brooklyn College, among other institutions.