- Title Pages
- Editors' Introduction
- 1 Aesthetic Concepts
- 2 Aesthetics and the Looks of Things
- 3 Aesthetic and Non‐Aesthetic
- 4 About Taste
- 5 Colours
- 6 Objectivity and Aesthetics
- 7 Particularity, Art, and Evaluation
- 8 General Criteria and Reasons in Aesthetics
- 9 Originality and Value
- 10 Arts or the Aesthetic—Which Comes First?
- 11 Making Music Our Own
- 12 Adjectives, Predicative and Attributive
- 13 Aesthetic Judgements: Pebbles, Faces, and Fields of Litter
- 14 Some Notes on Ugliness
- 15 Tastes, Smells, and Aesthetics
- 16 Why the Mona Lisa May not Be a Painting
- Bibliography of the Publications of Frank Sibley
- Approach to Aesthetics
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