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on 8 July 2016
Not the easiest read.
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on 3 July 2015
Good book, worthwhile
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on 18 August 2014
a good book but quite heavy reading.
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on 15 February 2015
Very good
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on 9 October 2014
Great book for any person interested in the arts (music, art, dance, etc.) experiential education.
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on 10 February 2013
This is a great book for everybody whether interested in art or just in another way of philosophical thinking. Well written and enjoyable reading.
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on 9 August 2014
A useful book to have for all those involved in arts research of any kind - but particularly fine art
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on 14 October 2015
Great product. Very quick delivery time. Value for money
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on 19 February 2013
A good view into the philosophy of art. Gives new ideas to the reader.

Would recommend to all artists, and individuals interested in the humanities.
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on 15 December 2013
Art as Experience stands alone as one of Dewey's most complex and perplexing works of his later period.

The prose is lucid in parts but dull in others and at times the argument can be difficult to follow.

This is not a work to be studied thoroughly and then put back on the bookshelf; rather it is a work to be visited and re-visited like a well spring of ideas.

I still haven't got through the whole text, nor do I expect to any time soon. That said, it is deep, insightful, and frustrating.

Recommended to those with a good understanding of pragmatism and Dewey's work and ethos. Also worth reading in this vein are the works of Tom Alexander: he does a great job of explicating and indeed elaborating Dewey's views on aesthetics, experience, and action.
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