Does the Philosophy of Art Have a Mind/Body Problem?

Christopher Perricone says that the short answer is “Yes” and the long answer is this article.

Many books about art and the philosophy of art include discussions of artistic materials. By artistic materials I mean the stuff from which the work of art emerges. Stuff such as limestone, marble, water or oil based pigments, words, tones or bodily movements. Discussing artistic materials for the sake of understanding and appreciating works of art has a long history. Here are a few famous examples:


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