Ever since Plato expelled the poets from his ideal state, the ethics of art has had to confront philosophy's denial of art's morality. InArt before the Law, Ruth Ronen proposes a new outlook on the ethics of art by arguing that art insists on this tradition of denial, affirming its singular ethics through negativity.
Subjects: Philosophy, Psychology, Art & Art History
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