Debates in Aesthetics, Vol. 13, No. 1, Special Issue on the work of Stephen Davies (Auckland)
The Postgraduate Journal of Aesthetics has just been relaunched as Debates in Aesthetics, with a new issue on the work of Stephen Davies (Auckland). Debates in Aesthetics is a peer-reviewed, open-access journal for articles, interviews and book reviews. Published by the British Society of Aesthetics, the journal’s principal aim is to provide the philosophical community with a dedicated venue for debate in aesthetics and the philosophy of art.
Table of Contents
Doran, RP. & Moser, S. “Expression, Evolution & Ontology: Debating the Work of Stephen Davies”, pp. 1-10.
Killin, A. “Hominin Musicality and Musical Expressivity: Revisiting Davies’ Contour Theory”, pp. 11-18.
Ravasio, M. “Stephen Davies on the Issue of Literalism”, pp. 20-32.
Puy, N. “Musical Versions & Transcriptions: Disputing Stephen Davies’ Account”, pp. 33-51.
Davies, S. “Music Matters: Responding to Killin, Ravasio, and Puy”, pp. 52-67.
The new open-access issue can be read at www.debatesinaesthetics.org.
All the best,
Ryan Doran & Shelby Moser
Editors of Debates in Aesthetics
Ryan Paul Doran
Department of Philosophy
University of Sheffield
Centre for Philosophical Psychology
University of Antwerp
Founder and Chair of iCog – an interdisciplinary network for postgraduates and early-career researchers working in cognitive science. http://www.i-cog.com
Editor of Debates in Aesthetics – a journal published by the British Society of Aesthetics. http://www.debatesinaesthetics.org/