First published in 1991. The arts can only thrive in a culture
where there is conversation about them. This is particularly true
of the arts in an education context. Yet often the discussion is
poor because we do not have the necessary concepts for the
elaboration of our aesthetic responses, or sufficient familiarity
with the contending schools of interpretation. The aim of Key
Concepts is to engender a broad and informed conversation about the
arts. By means of over sixty alphabetically ordered essays, the
author offers a map of aesthetics, critical theory and the arts in
education. The essays are both informative and argumentative, with
cross-references, a supporting bibliography and suggestions for
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