Crossing Over: Rauschenberg, Kafka, and the Boundaries of Imagination

Erik Wolfgang Schmidt
How do we make sense of something we don’t recognize? This topic raises an important background question: how do we recognize or come to imaginatively experience the subject that a work of art or fiction presents to us? When philosophers address this topic they often assume the act of experiencing or recognising something through that work is directly under a reader or viewer’s control. The imaginative act, they tell us, is something that a viewer...
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