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Preparations for a Theory of Interpretation

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This paper points to a more viable theory of interpretation on the basis of opposing the missteps in Arthur Danto’s theory. By noting the incongruities in Danto’s theories of art and interpretation, a theory of interpretation emerges which unifies its varieties on the basis of the view of the human person as a culturally embodied and enlanguaged primate. A feature notably absent from Danto’s own account.

Affiliations: 1: Philosophy Department, Temple University, Philadelphia, PA, USA, joseph.margolis@temple.edu

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2015-06-16
2017-12-18

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