Ideas from 'Public Text and Common Reader' by Roger Scruton [1982], by Theme Structure

[found in 'The Aesthetic Understanding' by Scruton,Roger [Methuen 1983,0-416-36160-9]].

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21. Aesthetics / B. Aesthetic Experience / 2. Taste
Literary meaning emerges in comparisons, and tradition shows which comparisons are relevant
21. Aesthetics / C. Aesthetic Judgement / 1. Objectivism in Art
We can be objective about conventions, but love of art is needed to understand its traditions
21. Aesthetics / D. Aesthetic Concepts / 1. Artistic Intentions
Without intentions we can't perceive sculpture, but that is not the whole story
21. Aesthetics / D. Aesthetic Concepts / 2. Artistic Representation
In aesthetic interest, even what is true is treated as thought it were not
21. Aesthetics / E. Art Theories / 7. Art as Language
In literature, word replacement changes literary meaning