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Journal Relaunch: Debates in Aesthetics

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
Twitter: @DebateAesthetic
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/