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Re: Animals and Art

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R. Moore (ronmoore)
Tue, 29 Dec 1998 22:41:25 -0800 (PST)

Nice Reply, Joseph! And a Happy New Year to you!

On Fri, 18 Dec 1998, Joseph Augusta wrote:

> R. Moore wrote:
> >
> > Hi Joseph,
> > I've got a definition in mind--George Dickie's (THE ART CIRCLE);
> > and now I'm trying to open up a bit. >>>>>>>>>>>>>>
> > Oops! The problem is that if I open up my definition wide enough
> > to include living creatures, I find that many of the usual uses I have > for the word "art" are defeated.
> One last tip-[and this is my last post to the topic]-it comes from an
> old saw we've all used in the past---this time think about it in
> relation to what I've said. "There's an art to doing everthing."
> Best wishes,
> Joseph