By Herman Parret
Lots of the essays amassed during this ebook have been offered on the Charles S. Peirce Sesquicentennial Congress (Harvard collage, September 1989). the amount is dedicated to topics inside Peirce's worth concept and gives a complete view of much less identified points of his influential philosophy, specifically Peirce's paintings on ethics and aesthetics.The e-book is split in 4 sections. part I discusses the prestige of ethics as a normative technology and its relation with good judgment; a few purposes are provided, e.g. within the box of bioethics. part II investigates the categorical place of Peircean aesthetics in regards to classical American philosophy, particularly Buchler, to Husserlian phenomenology, and to ecu structuralism (Saussure, Jakobson). part III comprises papers on inner points of Peirce's aesthetics and its position in his suggestion. the ultimate part offers functions of Peirce's aesthetic idea: analyses of visible paintings (mainly paintings), of literary texts and of musical that means.
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Thus, it’s only natural that Alex questions the aesthetic value of his and Adrian’s work. Does increased market value mean that the quality of Adrian’s work is also that much higher than his own? Somewhat to his relief, Alex realizes that it’s not just the work that matters. External factors also play a role. Adrian’s youthfulness and good looks certainly make a difference in the art world. Plus Adrian’s artistic form and temperament seem to suit the spirit of the times. Therefore, Alex tries to formulate all the possible external factors that might influence public opinion, but also his own assessments of his own and his friend’s work.
Instead, he could produce drawings for people, alive now, some of whom are his personal friends. These people evidently have some use for his drawings. But it’s very likely that in half a century his drawings will be lost. Who cares? He’ll be dead by then anyway.
If you’re clever you’ll look in an odd unexpected corner to find a sheet of paper with a pricelist. But often there is no pricelist and so you muster up a little courage and approach a desk somewhere in the back of the gallery. There you’ll find the owner or an assistant busy on the phone, trying to make the fax work, typing or just looking bored; anyway, she pretends you are not there. Almost annoyed, she hands you the list. Meanwhile, you will have noticed that there is no cash register anywhere.
Peirce and Value Theory: On Peircian Ethics and Aesthetics by Herman Parret