Philosophy Vision: Elements of Aesthetics

To interpret beauty and art, an artist must provide some kind of intention. Without intention, you can’t involve the rest of the elements, symbolism, metaphor, or expression. The beauty of intention is that the public does not need to meet the same ends as the artist did when he/she initially created the art form whether … Continue reading Philosophy Vision: Elements of Aesthetics

Philosophical Vision: Institutional Theory

The institutional theory is the most complex theory in the aesthetics field. Also, the most recent that covers the definition of, “what is art?” According to this theory, the argument holds, “X is an artwork, if the “art world” says it is. The art world consists of individuals who have intellectual knowledge on aesthetics AND … Continue reading Philosophical Vision: Institutional Theory

Philisophical Vision: Art vs. Entertainment

The definition of art should fall under Wittgenstein's open concept. Clarifying if it is 'good' art or bad art is irrelevant. The economic value does not always do justice for 'good' art and majority of the time, the artist him/herself does not get the awards of value directly until late. Collingwood's argument is sketchy, especially … Continue reading Philisophical Vision: Art vs. Entertainment