Commentary on mr Elliott's paper
Mr Elliott's very interesting text sets out several problems with reference to receiving a work of art and to judging it. I should say at once that I feel myself in deep agreement with its author; and how could it be otherwise, when Mr Elliott is so kind as to invoke me, and when he has perfectly understood what I have tried to say elsewhere ? If I enter this discussion with him, it is in no sense to present a contrary thesis, but to take up and extend his remarks in my own way.
Dufrenne, M. (1972)., Commentary on mr Elliott's paper, in W. Mays (ed.), Linguistic analysis and phenomenology, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 128-136.
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