Edited by Vítor Moura and Connell
|Marta Benenti and Lisa Giombini||The Aesthetic Paradox of Tourism||1-31|
|Monika Favara-Kurkowski||A Reflection on the Criteria for Identifying Design||31-48|
|Lilli Förster||Against the High Culture – On Leo Tolstoy’s Aesthetics||49-65|
|Charles Lebeau-Henry||Nietzsche’s Artistic Ideal in Human, All Too Human and the Case of Music||66-83|
|João Lemos||Moral Aspects’ Aesthetic Relevance||84-99|
|Ancuta Mortu||The Repertoire as Aesthetic Category||100-121|
|Salvador Rubio Marco||Aesthetic Values, Engaging Perspectives, and Possibilities||122-152|
|Ken Wilder||Beyond ‘Visual’ Art: Non-Sighted Modes of Beholding Contemporary Art||153-188|
Dear members of the European Society for Aesthetics, please do submit your short (up to 150 words) contributions to a 2nd issue of the ESA newsletter. We are interested in: upcoming conferences, online events, recently published books and journals (or the forthcoming ones), joint project invitations, and any important news related to the field of aesthetics. The deadline for submissions has been extended to September 21st. Please, send your submissions (or any questions regarding the contents) to email@example.com.
Expected publication of the newsletter is in October 2020.
The first issue of the newsletter, published in May 2020, can be downloaded here.
May 11 2020 A first issue of the ESA Newsletter has just been published. You can download it here.
Since no winner was selected, the executive committee have decided to open the call for the ESA logo, originally closed in March 2020, to new entries. A call for the ESA logo design is to be found here.
Deadline: August 31st 2020. Submissions to be emailed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The selected logo will be awarded a one off payment of €500.
The eleventh volume of the ESA Proceedings has just been published. It has been edited by Connell Vaughan and Iris Vidmar Jovanović and contains papers presented at the ESA Conference 2019 held in Warsaw.
The European Society of Aesthetics conference is to take place online on June 21 – 23 2021. Please, save the date.
• Professor David Davies (McGill)
• Professor Bence Nanay (Antwerp)
• Professor Erika Fischer-Lichte (Freie Universität Berlin)
CALL FOR ABSTRACTS IS NOW CLOSED
We have received slightly above 100 submissions for our 2021 conference. Notification of acceptance should be sent by the end of February 2021.
Call for Abstracts
We invite papers from all traditions and on any topic in philosophical aesthetics, and both systematic and historical presentations are acceptable. Submissions must be long abstracts (800-1200 words in length) presenting not only the main ideas and claims of the paper, but also the arguments in favour of them. We encourage the presentation of submissions in English, but submissions in other major European languages will be considered equally. Full paper submissions will not be accepted and submissions are limited to one per person.
Please note that those who submitted their abstracts ...
Erika Fischer-Lichte (Berlin) has had to cancel due to unforeseen circumstances. She will be replaced by Lydia Goehr (Columbia).
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 24th of May, 2019
Payment of the Conference Fees
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The registration fee is 80.00 EUR for waged and 40 EUR for unwaged (e.g. student) participants. The Conference dinner is 40 EUR .
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