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Arthur C. Danto's assertions in After the End of Art

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Arthur C. Danto, After the End of Art:

Has the notion that painting has "died through its own historical self-fulfillment" true or false? Where can Art go from here? Are we losing something or gaining by the notion that now "everything is permitted"?

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As you assess Arthur C. Danto's assertions in After the End of Art, I do feel that he holds valid arguments when he asserts that the notion that painting has "died through its own historical self-fulfillment." When he uses the chocolate bar example and how we cannot just deem anything as art or ...

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This solution briefly assesses Arthur C. Danto's assertions in After the End of Art from a personal vantage point.

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