New Bearings in Esthetics and Art Criticism

A Study in Semantics and Evaluation

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pondence, 67, 83*1; and as onto-logical revelation, 84f
Truth as correspondence, and scientific truth, 54f; and truth as artistic sincerity, 59; and truth as artistic insight, 67, 83&
Turner, 84
confusion resulting from failure to use, 5if Vollard, Ambroise, g8n
Walpole, Horace, 98
------------ Hugh, gn
Watteau, 99, 149
Weisbach, Werner, 48n
Welby, V., 7
Weyden, Rogier van der, 148
Wharton, Edith, 99
Wheelwright, Philip, 4, 30n, 4on, 72ft,
83^ 95n Whitehead, A. N., i3n, 23, 27n Wilenski, R. H., 97, 113ft Williams, 99 Wilson, Edmund, 137 Winters, Yvor, 99 Wood, James, 22n, 23, mn Woolf, Virginia, 89, ii4n, 142, 150 Works of art, and the term "art," 24,
3gf; defined as non-conceptual
propositions, 54n, 63; as "relatively
objective," 110 and n
Yashiro, Yukio, 46n, 48 Yeats, 99
Unanalyzable ultimates, io8ff Usage, problem of, i5f Ushenko, 27n
Vasari, 100
Velasquez, 63, 79, 81, 100
Venturi, Lionello, 2 m, 24n, 35f, 42, 99, 112, tagf
V6ron, 23
Veronese, 147, 148
Very, Jones, 99
Virgin (in Notre Dame), 81
Vivas, Eliseo, i26n, 14m
Volitional definitions, explained, i2f; and propositions, 14!, 28; criteria of good, 15; limitations of, i^i; illustrated, i6f, 27; illustration of