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|Title:||The sense of community in Cavell's conception of aesthetic and moral judgment|
|Citation:||Conversations. The Journal of Cavellian Studies, 2014; 2:35-53|
|Publisher:||University of Ottawa|
|Jennifer A. McMahon|
|Abstract:||Cavell’s interest in aesthetic objects can be understood to be motivated by an interest in the nature of meaning and value. The idea is that perceptual objects considered as cultural artefacts under-determine the meaning and value attributed to them. The process involved in determining their meaning and value is essentially a creative one. Through his study of film, literature and music, Cavell could be said to indirectly address the axiomatic, or what is sometimes referred to as the bedrock, of our value judgments. In being embedded within larger cultural commitments, such axioms are impenetrable to the traditional analytical approaches in Anglo-American philosophy. Cavell’s style of philosophy can be understood to have been pioneered to attempt to understand and clarify aspects of experience which elude traditional analytical methods.|
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|Appears in Collections:||Philosophy publications|
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