Debating whether Bon Jovi is cheesy develops conceptual freedom | Curio

Debating whether Bon Jovi is cheesy develops conceptual freedom

14 mins | Oct 25, 2020

Disagreements aren’t mistaken — they’re inevitable, and that is an excellent thing. "When we talk about the qualities of items such as paintings, food, video games, films, songs and dance routines — the lines, colours, shapes, scenes, smells, bodily movements and so on that we think matter when judging or evaluating artefacts — we are dealing with what philosophers call ‘aesthetic properties’ or the sorts of features that realise ‘aesthetic value’." Elizabeth Cantalamessa explores these concepts in Psyche magazine.

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