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- Verlag: John Wiley & Sons
- Seitenzahl: 504
- Erscheinungstermin: 26. Januar 2009
- ISBN-13: 9781444301434
- Artikelnr.: 38308344
List of Figures.
Introduction (Scott Walden, New York University).
1. Transparent Pictures: On the Nature of Photographic Realism(Kendall L. Walton, University of Michigan).
2. Photographs and Icons (Cynthia Freeland, University ofHouston).
3. Photographs as Evidence (Aaron Meskin, University of Leedsand Jonathan Cohen, University of California, San Diego).
4. Truth in Photography (Scott Walden, New York University).
5. Documentary Authority and the Art of Photography (BarbaraSavedoff, City University of New York).
6. Photography and Representation (Roger Scruton, University ofBuckingham).
7. How Photographs "Signify": Cartier-Bresson's "Reply" toScruton (David Davies, McGill University).
8. Scales of Space and Time in Photography: "Perception PointsTwo Ways" (Patrick Maynard, University of Western Ontario).
9. True Appreciation (Dominic Lopes, University of BritishColumbia).
10. Landscape and Still Life: Static Representations of StaticScenes (Kendall Walton, University of Michigan).
11. The Problem with Movie Stars (Noël Carroll, TempleUniversity).
12. Pictures of King Arthur: Photography and the Power ofNarrative (Gregory Currie, University of Nottingham).
13. The Naked Truth (Arthur C. Danto, Columbia University).
New York University). 1. Transparent Pictures: On the Nature of Photographic Realism (Kendall Walton
University of Michigan). 2. Photographs and Icons (Cynthia Freeland
University of Houston). 3. Photographs as Evidence (Aaron Meskin
Texas Tech University and Jonathan Cohen
University of California
San Diego). 4. Truth in Photography (Scott Walden
New York University). 5. Documentary Authority and the Art of Photography (Barbara Savedoff
Baruch College). 6. Photography and Representation (Roger Scruton
Institute for the Psychological Sciences
Princeton University). 7. How Photographs 'Signify': Cartier-Bresson's 'Reply' to Scruton (David Davies
McGill University) 8. Scales of Space and Time in Photography: "Perception Points Two Ways": (Patrick Maynard
University of Western Ontario). 9. True Appreciation (Dominic Lopes
University of British Columbia). 10. Landscape and Still Life-Static Representations of Static Scenes (Kendall Walton
University of Michigan). 11. The Problem with Movie Stars (Noël Carroll
Temple University). 12. Pictures of King Arthur: Photography and the Power of Narrative (Gregory Currie
University of Nottingham). 13. The Naked Truth (Arthur Danto
Columbia University). Epilogue. Index.
"This is a very valuable collection that gathers together a set ofarticles and issues that should be of general interest tophilosophers of art." (Notre Dame Philosophical Reviews,February 2009)
"How does one accept or deny 'reality' in photographicexcursions? This is the central issue in this extraordinarycompilation of 13 essays by contemporary philosophers who argueback and forth (in editor Walden's clever arrangement) so thatreaders must engage their own minds within the constantlyconflicting (theoretical and personal) propositions/explanations.This is a rich, provocative, intelligent, challenging, andimportant compilation. Highly recommended." (Choice,November 2008)
"Many of the essays are well written and indeed groundbreaking... .Given its overall depth, the anthology is worth reading byany critic, curator or student of the arts." (Prefix Photo,2008)
"Will enlighten the student and refresh the informed.Contributes greatly to the literature and will occupy a favoritespot on the book shelves." (Metapsychology)"Required reading for anyone interested in analytic philosophy ofphotography, Scott Walden's collection includes essays by most ofthe major writers in this area. The combination of classic pieceswith newly commissioned work makes this both a useful referencebook and a stimulating contribution to ongoing debates aboutphotographic representation."
--Nigel Warburton, The Open University
"Any adequate aesthetic theory must accommodate facts about theproduction, interpretation, and evaluation of photographic images.Scott Walden's valuable collection should help bring the realitiesand significance of photography into the philosophical mainstream;it provides rich and well-informed reflections uponepistemological, ontological, and evaluative aspects ofphotographic process and product."
--Robert Kraut, Ohio State University
"This is a first-rate collection of essays in the philosophy ofphotography by the leading figures in the analytic literature.Remarkably, it is also the first such collection to appear inEnglish, running from the classic essays by Walton and Scrutonright through to current work by leading exponents such as Lopes,Maynard, and Currie. Covering a range of questions foundational tothe epistemology, ontology, ethics, and aesthetics of photography,it is probably the most wide-ranging single book available on thephilosophy of photography to date. As such it is a realachievement, sure to foster debate."
--Diarmuid Costello, University of Warwick