Art and neuroscience
In recent years, neuroscientists like V.S. Ramachandran and Semir Zeki have made bold claims for the capacities of their work to transform our understanding of visual art. Considering key ideas advanced by Ramachandran and Zeki, this article analyzes what the claims of these leading proponents of "neuro-aesthetics' entail and how the prospects for their projects stand.
Hyman, J. (2010)., Art and neuroscience, in R. Frigg & M. C. Hunter (eds.), Beyond mimesis and convention, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 245-261.
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