PHIL 260 Aesthetics

Examines and analyzes the historical problems in the philosophy of art. Topics include the nature and function of the artist, the nature of the object of art, aesthetic value, aesthetic experience, aesthetic attitude, and aesthetic judgment (criticism). 

Credits

3 credits

Prerequisite

A grade of C or better in ENG 152 or ENG 153, second-year status, or permission of the instructor

SEE Certification

Humanities

Offered

Fall and Spring

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