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Volume 8 / 2016

 

ESA Proceedings 2016 Volume 8 Cover

 

Edited by Fabian Dorsch and Dan-Eugen Ratiu

 

Table of Contents

Complete Volume

 

Lev Kreft Dandy Socialism 1-23
Robert Elliot Allinson An Aesthetic Theory in Four Dimensions: Collingwood and Beyond 24-37
Cécile Angelini How to Judge a Work of Art Today? Contemporary Echoes of Kantian Aesthetics 38-64
Emanuele Arielli Notes on the Self- Manipulation of Taste 65-78
Zsolt Bátori Categories of Photography 79-88
Rudi Capra Botturas Not-roast Guineafowl. Three Arguments Supporting the Artistic Status of Cuisine 89-103
Stephen Chadwick Artistic Astronomical Photographs and Representation 104-121
Damla Dönmez The Environmental Sublime: From Aesthetics to Ethics 122-145
Petteri Enroth The Cruelty of Form? Notes on the Social-Theoretical Aspects of Adornos Aesthetics 146-163
Jonathan Fine Beauty Before the Eyes of Others 164-176
Eran Guter Toward an Aesthetics of New-Media Environments 177-189
Peter Hajnal Medium and Materiality: Stanley Cavells Navist Theory of Art 190-246
Xiaoyan Hu The Notion ...

ESA Conference 2016, Barcelona – Registration

Registration requires two steps:

  • First, please send an email to us, stating your full name, affiliation and any dietary requirements for the conference dinner (if applicable).
  • Second, please pay the conference fees (see below).

Please note that the registration deadline is the 18th of May, 2016. We will not accept late registration (mainly for logistical reasons).


Payment of the Conference Fees

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Paul Crowther The Need for Art, and the Aesthetics of the Self: A Copernican Turn 1-21
The Aesthetics Group Turn, Turn, Turn: Civic Instrumentalisation and the Promotion of Autonomy in Contemporary Arts Funding 22-45
Gemma Argüello Manresa Participatory Computer-Based Art and Distributed Creativity: the Case of Tactical Media 46-67
Zsolt Bátori Photographic Deception 68-78
Alessandro Bertinetto Gombrich, Danto, and the Question of Artistic Progress 79-92
Stefan Bird-Pollan Benjamin’s Artwork Essay from a Kantian Perspective 93-103
The Branch Collective Towards Gesture as Aesthetic Strategy 104-114
Camille Buttingsrud Thinking Toes…? Proposing a Reflective Order of Embodied Self-Consciousness in the Aesthetic Subject 115-123
Ilinca Damian On What Lies Beneath the Process of Creation 124-136
Wiebke Deimling Moralism about Propaganda 137-147
Daniel Dohrn According to the Fiction: A Metaexpressivist Account 148-171
Damla Dönmez Saving ‘Disinterestedness’ in Environmental Aesthetics: ...

ESA Conference 2016 – Barcelona

EUROPEAN SOCIETY FOR AESTHETICS CONFERENCE 2016

Barcelona, Spain: 8-11th of June 2016

Registration deadline: 18 May 2016

 
The European Society for Aesthetics would like to invite you to attend the ESA Conference 2016. The conference will be co-organised by the ESA, the Department of Philosophy of the Autonomous University of Barcelona and the Faculty of Philosophy of the University of Barcelona, and will take place in Barcelona from the 8th until the 10th of June 2016.


Keynote Speakers
    • Christoph Menke (Johann Wolfgang Goethe-Universität, Frankurt)
    • Elisabeth Schellekens (Uppsala Universitet)
    • Lev Kreft (University of Ljubljana)

Programme

We will have both systematic and historical presentations of papers from different traditions and on a large variety of topics in philosophical aesthetics. For each talk, there will be time for a 20-minute presentation, with about another 25 minutes designated for discussion. All accepted papers would be eligible for publication in the proceedings of the ESA.

Conference programme

Abstracts

The ESA will also hold its general assembly of 2016 during the conference.


Registration

Please register for the conference here.

If you are not yet a member of the ESA, please register first – membership is for free. If you forgot your password, you can ...

ESA General Assembly and Election of the Executive Committee

The European Society for Aesthetics (ESA) will hold its general assembly on the 11th of June 2015 at 19:00 in connection with the ESA2015 conference in Dublin. All members of the ESA are highly welcome to the event! In the assembly, a new president and executive committee will be elected for the society. The ESA committee consist of 11 members including the president. The term of the new committee is three years. Each member of the ESA has a right to vote in the general assembly. Please direct all questions related to the assembly to secretaryeurosa.org.

Candidates for the ESA presidency:

Francisca Pérez Carreño (Murcia, Spain).

Candidates for the ESA executive committee:

Alessandro Bertinetto (Udine, Italy),

Matilde Carrasco Barranco (Murcia, Spain),

Zsolt Bátori (Budapest, Hungary),

Daniel Martin Feige (Berlin, Germany),

Josef Früchtl (Amsterdam, Netherlands),

Isabelle Rieusset-Lemarié (Paris, France),

Kalle Puolakka (Helsinki, Finland),

Dan-Eugen Ratiu (Cluj, Romania),

Karen Simecek (Warwick, UK),

John Zeimbekis (Grenoble, France; Patras, Greece).

ESA Conference 2015 – Registration

Registration requires two steps:

  • First, please send an email to us to conferenceeurosa.org, stating your full name, affiliation and any dietary requirements for the conference dinner (if applicable).
  • Second, please pay the conference fees (see below).

Please note that the registration deadline was the 1st of June, 2015. Registration is now closed


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ESA Conference 2015 – Dublin

CALL FOR PAPERS
The European Society for Aesthetics would like to invite you to submit a paper for presentation at the ESA Conference 2015. The conference will be co-organised by the ESA and The School of Art, Design and Printing and The Graduate School of Creative Arts and Media (GradCAM) of Dublin Institute of Technology, and will take place in Dublin from the 11th until the 13th of June 2015. More…


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ESA Conference 2013 – Prague

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Volume 4 / 2012

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Volume 3 / 2011

The third volume of the ESA Proceedings has just been published. It has been edited by Fabian Dorsch, Jakub Stejskal and John Zeimbekis and contains papers presented at the ESA Conference 2011 held in Grenoble. More…


Volume 2 / 2010

The second volume of the ESA Proceedings has just been published. It has been edited by Alessandro Bertinetto, Fabian Dorsch and Cain Todd and contains papers presented at the ESA Conference 2010 held in Udine. More…


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