Table of Content

Introduction

1. Aristotle’s Concept of Essence

2. Likeness as
Representation of the Self

3. Wittgenstein’s
Concept of Family
Resemblances

4. Likeness as
Representation
of “self”

5. Master of Arts Art Exhibition

Conclusion

Bibliography

M.A. THESIS

The Representation and Reality of the Self in Art

BIBLIOGRAPHY

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