New Bearings in Esthetics and Art Criticism

A Study in Semantics and Evaluation

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ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
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The Kenyon Review, from articles by Philip Wheelwright and Eliseo Vivas; Longmans, Green and Co., from William James's The Meaning of Truth and C. R. Morey's Christian Art; The Macmillan Company, from Benedetto Croce's Aesthetic as Science of Expression and General Linguistic, Elisabeth Schneider's Aesthetic Motive, Sir Charles Sherrington's Man on His Nature, and A. N. Whitehead's Science and the Modern World; Coward McCann, from Roger Fry's Transformations; New Directions, from J, C. Ransom's The New Criticism; W. W. Norton and Company, from Malvina Hoffman's Sculpture Inside and Out, I. A. Richards' How To Read a Page, and Bertrand Russell's An Inquiry into Meaning and Truth; Oxford University Press, London, from Tolstoy's What Is Art?; Partisan Review, from articles by John Dewey and Dwight Macdonald; Kegan Paul, Trench, Trubner and Co., Ltd., from I. A. Richards' Practical Criticism; The Philosophical Library, from The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism; The Journal of Philosophy, from articles by John Dewey and T. M. Greene; Princeton University Press, from T. M. Greene's The Arts and the Art of Criticism, F. J. Mather, Jr.'s Concerning Beauty, T. C. Pollock's The Nature of Literature, and The Intent of the Critic (D. A. Stauffer, ed.); G. P. Putnam's Sons, from John Dewey's Art as Experience; George Routledge and Sons, Ltd., from E. E. Kellett's Fashion in Literature; Charles Scribner's Sons, from Henry James's The Art of the Novel, J. R. Reid's A Theory of Value, George Santayana's The Last Puritan, and Leo Stein's The A-B-C of Aesthetics; and Edward Arnold and Co., from Sir Walter A. Raleigh's Style.