What is art; why should we value it; and what allows us to say that one work is better than another? Paul Crowther uses a philosophical approach to argue that there is such a thing as distinctively artistic value based on aesthetic criteria. He exposes flaws in the arguments of sceptics for whom there can be no such thing as objectively good art.

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