Notes on Contributors.
Series Editor's Preface.
1. Aristotle, Titian and Tragic Painting (Thomas Puttfarken).
2. Wax, Brick and Bread: Apotheosis of matter and meaning in seventeenth-century philosophy and painting (Jay Bernstein).
3. Kant and Aesthetic Imagination (Michael Podro).
4. Meaning, Identity, Embodiment: The uses of Merleau-Ponty's phenomenology in art history (Amelia Jones).
5. Art Works, Utterances and Things (Alex Potts).
6. Art and the Ethical: Modernism and the problem of minimalism (Jonathan Vickery).
7. How can we think the Feminine, Aesthetically (Griselda Pollock).
8. What was Postminimalism (Stephen Melville).
9. Museum as Work in the Age of Technological Display: Reading Heidegger through Tate Modern (Diarmuid Costello).
10. Thought and Art (Adrian Rifkin).