Several decades ago environmental aesthetics emerged as a sub-discipline of philosophy. The number of published works in the field continues to grow. So, too, do the number of students and scholars who have become interested in the interdisciplinary possibilities and transdisciplinary potentials of its concepts and models. Perhaps, now it is time to move that work forward. Those interested in forming an online study group on environmental aesthetics are asked to contact Tom Baugh at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Environmental Aesthetics Study Group
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