Arguing about Art , is an expanded and revised new edition of this highly acclaimed anthology. This lively collection presents an extensive range of topics in a unique and accessible approach. Neill and Ridley stimulate the reader by offering short, clear introductions to each of the readings. Within this new edition, five new sections have been added: on interpretation, objectivity, gardening, horror and morality and many of the introductions have been updated. As with the first edition, the book: *Is written in a unique, accessible style and will appeal to students of art history, literature, and cultural studies as well as philosophy *Introduces a wide range of discussions including Sentimentality, Feminism and Aesthetics, Appreciation, Understanding and Nature *Contains concise, interesting introductions and suggestions for further reading *Now includes new sections on interpretation, objectivity, gardening, horror and morality Arguing About Art , is a stimulating and accessible anthology suitable to those coming to aesthetics or philosophy for the first time.Neill, Alex is the author of 'Arguing About Art Contemporary Philosophical Debates', published 2001 under ISBN 9780415237390 and ISBN 0415237394.