There is something which is called “art” and distinguishes some of the existing objects from all other objects. Why do these specific objects touch our senses and appear as “different”? There is a way of treating each lan­guage unit, by simply adding a further meaning to those of the term used in “an informal conversation or in a scientific discussion”(Schutz 1996). When we are facing a complex concept, symbols are employed in order to recall a variety of meanings, a polysemy which “aims” at being ambi­guous (Griswold 1997).

Il “segno artistico”: una prospettiva sociologica

pier paolo bellini
2020

Abstract

There is something which is called “art” and distinguishes some of the existing objects from all other objects. Why do these specific objects touch our senses and appear as “different”? There is a way of treating each lan­guage unit, by simply adding a further meaning to those of the term used in “an informal conversation or in a scientific discussion”(Schutz 1996). When we are facing a complex concept, symbols are employed in order to recall a variety of meanings, a polysemy which “aims” at being ambi­guous (Griswold 1997).
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