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Art, Research, Philosophy
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Figures Acknowledgments Introduction

  1. The theories that wedge art and knowledge apart
2. What is artistic research? 3. We need to talk about concepts 4. Writing as rupture and relation 5. Insights from the metaphorical nature of making 6. Does 'art doctored' equal 'art neutered'? 7. Drawing with Merleau-Ponty: a study in the constellation of concepts 8. The aesthetics of research after the end of art Conclusion Index

About the Author

Clive Cazeaux is Professor of Aesthetics at Cardiff Metropolitan University, Wales, UK. He is the author of Metaphor and Continental Philosophy: From Kant to Derrida (2007) and the editor of The Continental Aesthetics Reader (2011). His research interests are the philosophies of metaphor, visual thinking, artistic research and art-science practice.

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