Evental Aesthetics latest issue
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Announcing the latest issue of Evental Aesthetics, an open-access, peer-reviewed journal of philosophy, aesthetic practice, and aesthetic experience. Contents: Jane Forsey Collision: The Puzzle of Chardin Sarah Marshall “One Must Imagine What One Denies”: How Sartre Imagines The Imaginary Ruben … Read More

Inaugural Conference of the European Philosophical Society for the Study of Emotions
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The organisers are delighted to announce the Inaugural Conference of the European Philosophical Society for the Study of Emotions (EPSSE) to be held at the New University of Lisbon, July 18-20, 2014. There is a symposium devoted to Emotions and … Read More

Central Saint Martins: MRes Bursaries 2014-5
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Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London will award two bursaries to fund postgraduate study in 2014-5 on the MRes Art: Theory and Philosophy course. The bursaries are provided by the Trask fund, established specifically for the MRes Art: … Read More

Journal of Aesthetics and Phenomenology
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The Journal of Aesthetics and Phenomenology aims to encourage and promote research in aesthetics that draws inspiration from the phenomenological tradition as broadly understood, where “phenomenology” is inclusive of, but goes beyond the limits of, intellectual practices associated with the tradition … Read More

Yearbook of Moving Image Studies
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Cyborgian Images: The moving image between apparatus and body Deadline: December 31, 2014 The double-blind peer-reviewed Yearbook of Moving Image Studies (YoMIS) is now accepting articles from scientists, scholars, artists and film makers for the first issue entitled Cyborgian Images: … Read More

Conference Report: The BSA Lecture Series
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The BSA sponsored six lectures on Aesthetics (broadly construed), held in Darwin College Cambridge, between November 2013 and May 2014. The speakers were Jason Gaiger (Head of the Ruskin School of Art, Oxford), Alana Jelinek (Artist in Residence, Museum of … Read More

Art / Politics / Ideology
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18-19 July, 2014 Münzsalon Berlin, Münzstr. 23, 10178 Berlin In contemporary debates within philosophy as much as in the arts, it seems impossible not to confirm the assumption that art is political. The question can be raised, whether the evidence … Read More

Shaping the Trading Zone: Bringing Aesthetics and Philosophy of Science Together
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5-6 September 2014 School of Philosophy, Religion and History of Science University of Leeds Invited speakers: Ann-Sophie Barwich (University of Exeter), Otávio Bueno (Miami), Alix Cohen (Edinburgh), George Darby (London), Catherine Elgin (Harvard University), Steven French (Leeds), John Kulvicki (Dartmouth … Read More

A World of Cinemas
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We are excited to remind you of the Film-Philosophy Conference that is taking place next week at the University of Glasgow, and is hosted by Film and Television Studies. This year the conference theme is A World of Cinemas. The … Read More

Humane Philosophy and the Arts, Oxford
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The organisers of the Humane Philosophy Project, in partnership with the Ian Ramsey Centre, are proud to announce the project’s 2014 Summer conference Humane Philosophy and the Arts, 19 July 2014, at Blackfriars Hall, University of Oxford. The aim of … Read More

Course: Lyotard’s Aesthetics
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The special two-part course ‘Lyotard’s Aesthetics’, taught by Dr Ashley Woodward (Dundee), begins 11am on Monday 30 June. All classes are in the Law Building at the University of Melbourne. DISTANCE ENROLMENT IS ALSO AVAILABLE. Full details and enrolment: http://mscp.org.au/courses/winter-school-2014 … Read More

Second International Conference on Music and Consciousness
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Faculty of Music, University of Oxford, 14-17 April, 2015. Organised jointly by the Faculty of Music, University of Oxford, and the University of Newcastle’s International Centre for Music Studies. There have been rapid multidisciplinary advances in scholarly understanding of musical … Read More

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