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Invisible Images and Indeterminacy: Why We Need a Multi-stage Account of Photography (2021)
Journal Article
Wilson, D. M. (in press). Invisible Images and Indeterminacy: Why We Need a Multi-stage Account of Photography. Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, https://doi.org/10.1093/jaac/kpab005

Some photographs show determinate features of a scene because the photographed scene had those features. This dependency relation is, rightly, a consensus in philosophy of photography. I seek to refute many long-established theories of photography by... Read More about Invisible Images and Indeterminacy: Why We Need a Multi-stage Account of Photography.

Fixing the image : re-thinking the 'mind-independence' of photographs (2009)
Journal Article
Wilson, D. (2009). Fixing the image : re-thinking the 'mind-independence' of photographs. Postgraduate journal of aesthetics, 6(2), 1-22

It has been argued that photographs are unsuitable or inferior candidates for art because they are not intimately bound to the mind of an artist. I believe that we can address scepticism in the philosophy of art only if we recognise that it is linked... Read More about Fixing the image : re-thinking the 'mind-independence' of photographs.