Blackwell Guide to Aesthetics
February 2004, Wiley-Blackwell
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Introduction: Aesthetics Today.
Part I: The Core Issues:.
1. The Origins of Modern Aesthetics: 1711—35: Paul Guyer (University of Pennsylvania).
2. Defining Art: Intension and Extension: George Dickie (University of Illinois, Chicago).
3. Art and the Aesthetic: Marcia Muelder Eaton (University of Minnesota).
4. The Ontology of Art: Amie L. Thomasson (University of Miami).
5. Evaluating Art: Alan Goldman (College of William & Mary).
6. Interpretation in Aesthetics: Laurent Stern (Rutgers University).
7. Art and the Moral Realm: Noël Carroll (University of Wisconsin – Madison).
8. Beauty and the Critic’s Judgment: Remapping Aesthetics: Mary Mothersill (Barnard College).
9. The Philosophy of Taste: Thoughts on the Idea: Ted Cohen (University of Chicago).
10. The Emotions in Art: Jenefer Robinson (University of Cincinnati).
Part II: The Arts and Other Matters:.
11. The Philosophy of Literature: Pleasure Restored: Peter Lamarque (University of York) and Stein Haugom Olsen (Lingnan University).
12. The Philosophy of the Visual Arts: Perceiving Pictures: Joseph Margolis (Temple University).
13. The Philosophy of the Movies: Cinematic Narration: Berys Gaut (University of St. Andrews).
14. The Philosophy of Music: Formalism and Beyond: Philip Alperson (Temple University).
15. The Philosophy of Dance: Bodies in Motion, Bodies at Rest: Francis Sparshott (University of Toronto).
16. Tragedy: Susan Feagin (Temple University).
17. The Aesthetics of Nature and the Environment: Donald W. Crawford (University of California, Santa Barbara).
18. Art and the Aesthetic: The Religious Dimension: Nicholas Wolterstorff (Yale University).