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Arguing About Art: Contemporary Philosophical Debates Hardcover – 13 Dec 2001
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'A most valuable supplement to any philosophical aesthetics course, one that would enliven and freshen it up, partly by deftly engaging students.' - Times Higer Education Supplement
'My first choice for a core text in an undergraduate course would be Neill and Ridley. On every topic their lively collection stimulates thought' - Peter Lamarque, European Journal of Philosophy
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Alex Neill and Aaron Ridley are both lecturers at Southampton University.
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