Critical Theory Since Plato
Harcourt Brace Jovanovich College Publishers, 1992 - Aesthetics. - 1271 pages
This outstanding anthology traces major critical statements from classic theorists like Plato to the contemporary. This standard historical textbook in the field focuses on important individual thinkers, and not particular schools of thought or isms. Current selections bring the anthology into contemporary times and show students how critical theory has evolved and progressed over time.
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