On Images: Their Structure and Content

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Whether it was the demands of life, leisure, or a combination of both that forced our hands, we have developed a myriad of artifacts--maps, notes, descriptions, diagrams, flow-charts, photographs, paintings, and prints--that stand for other things. Most agree that images and their close relatives are special because, in some sense, they look like what they are about. This simple claim is the starting point for most philosophical investigations into the nature of depiction. On Images, by contrast, argues that what it is to ...

On Images: Their Structure and Content 2009, Clarendon Press

ISBN-13: 9780199561674

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On Images: Their Structure and Content 2006, Clarendon Press, Oxford, England

ISBN-13: 9780199290758

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