Entertainment with or without literary lessons?

Use this forum to have philosophical discussions about aesthetics and art. What is art? What is beauty? What makes art good? You can also use this forum to discuss philosophy in the arts, namely to discuss the philosophical points in any particular movie, TV show, book or story.
User avatar
Mark1955
Posts: 488
Joined: July 21st, 2015, 4:02 am
Favorite Philosopher: David Hume
Location: Nottingham, England.

Re: Entertainment with or without literary lessons?

Post by Mark1955 » March 31st, 2017, 10:47 am

Gamnot wrote:Franz Kafka.
That reminds me Haruki Murakami, because he wrote one called 'Kafka on the shore'.
If you think you know the answer you probably don't understand the question.

Post Reply