Kozloff's use of 'experience' implies that there is something true, valuable, fundamental about it. That it generates truth, or that truth should be sought in it, rather than elsewhere. This is really a disguised double appeal to 'commonsense' (regarded as good because of its supposed availability to everybody, and because of its supposed time-proven veracity as part of its nature).
-> Art criticism 41; Experience 123, 124, 125, 128, 129;
; Alternatives 2; Anthropology 22; Art criticism 39; Empiricism 122; Responsibility 313; Theory 344, 345, 347;
126 | 127 | 128