Climate Change: Artistic Responses, Philosophical Analyses (International Workshop)

April 27-28 University of Eastern Piedmont Amedeo Avogadro (UPO) San Giuseppe building, Piazza Sant’Eusebio, 5, Vercelli (VC), Italy Sponsored by SIE – Italian Society of Aesthetics Program Rome Time-Zone April 27 Venue: Room 5B Meet link: 02.15 – 02.30 … Read More

Filmed Thought: A One Day Symposium on Robert Pippin on Film

Conference website: Organizer: Zed Adams (New School for Social Research) Speakers:  Paul Kottman (New School for Social Research) Gregg Horowitz (Pratt Institute) Francey Russell (Columbia University) Responses by Robert Pippin Hosted by the Philosophy Department at the New School … Read More

Toward a Third Place Aesthetics: An Afternoon Symposium on the Aesthetics of Communal Life

Conference website: Organizer: Zed Adams (New School for Social Research) Speakers:  Aaron Meskin (University of Georgia) Sanna Lehtinen (Aalto University) Zed Adams (New School for Social Research) Symposium Overview In The Great Good Place, Ray Oldenburg coined the term … Read More

Virtual Summer Aesthetics Festival: The Ethics of Cover Songs (Panel)

Friday 10 June 2022: 3:00-5:00 pm EDT A cover song, on a typical definition, is a recording of a song that had earlier been recorded by someone else. Philosophers of music considering cover songs have debated the adequacy of this … Read More

Virtual Summer Aesthetics Festival: Does Kant Really Have an Account of Humour?

Wednesday 8 June 2022: 5pm BST Presenter: Robert R. Clewis (Gwynedd Mercy University)Chair: Hans Maes (University of Kent) Abstract: Kant’s thoughts on humour in section §54 of the third Critique can be viewed as part of his aesthetics: his view of laughter … Read More

Call for Papers: Failures in Aesthetic Judgment – A Special Issue of Estetika (The European Journal of Aesthetics)

Guest Editor: María José Alcaraz León (University of Murcia) Estetika: The European Journal of Aesthetics invites submissions for a special issue on failures in the exercise of aesthetic judgment. The submissions should not exceed 8,500 words, must be written in … Read More


The Festival is co-sponsored by the American Society for Aesthetics, the British Society of Aesthetics, and the Kent Centre for Aesthetics. Attendance is free and open to all. June 3: The Aesthetic Value of Scientific Experiments (panel) June 8: Does Kant … Read More

Online Panel – Art and the Emotions: The Sublime and the Modern World

The Centre for Philosophy and Art and the National Gallery invite you to their upcoming event Art and the Emotions: The Sublime and the Modern World. This is an online panel discussion which will explore the different ways we come to … Read More

Virtual Summer Aesthetics Festival: ‘The Aesthetic Value of Scientific Experiments’ (Panel)

Friday 3 June 2022: 2pm BST Presenter: Dr Milena Ivanova (University of Cambridge)Chair: Dr Alice Murphy (Ludwig Maximilians University Munich)Respondents: Dr Claire Anscomb (University of Liverpool) and Dr Alice Murphy Abstract:  Scientific products have long been valued for their aesthetic … Read More

Call for Papers: Anonymity, Un-Originality, Collectivity – Contested Modes of Authorship

An Interdisciplinary Conference Confrmed Keynote Speakers: Tom Geue (University of St Andrews)Nicholas Thoburn (University of Manchester) Hosted by the Institute of Advanced Study, University of Warwick, UK. 20 – 21 May 2022 Organised by Leonello Bazzurro, Melissa Pawelski, Alessandra Tafaro, and Leanne Weston The figure … Read More

Call for Papers – Bodies of Pain: Somaesthetic Explorations

The Center for Body, Mind, and Culture of Florida Atlantic University invite paper proposals for a conference on “Bodies of Pain: Somaesthetic Explorations”that will be held November 3-4, 2022 at FAU’s Boca Raton campus. The conference’s call for papers is as follows: … Read More

Call for Papers – Experiencing Visual Images: Interdisciplinary Approaches

Call for PapersUniversity College London, 11 November 2022 (provisional) It is now widely recognised that the relentless (re)production of visuality, a distinct feature of our digital age, has increasingly problematised the status of the image and the gaze. This has … Read More

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