6-8 September 2019

St Anne’s College, Oxford

Elisabeth Camp (Rutgers), ‘Expressive Style as Perspectival Performance’
Paul C. Taylor (Vanderbilt), ‘On the Very Idea of a Philosophical Practice: Preface to a Prophetic Aesthetic’
Stewart Lee (stand-up comedian, writer, director)

Filming Time: Film, Philosophy, and the cinema of Richard Linklater
Nancy Bauer (Tufts)
Marya Schechtman (Illinois)
Murray Smith (Kent)

Author-Meets-Critics Panel on Being for Beauty: Aesthetic Agency and Value
Alex King (SUNY, Buffalo)
Dominic McIver Lopes (British Columbia)
Nick Riggle (San Diego)
Murray Smith (Kent)

Mystery, Aesthetics and Spirituality: East and West
David E. Cooper (Durham)
Xiao Ouyang (Wuhan)
Mark Wynn (Leeds)
Zou Yuanjiang (Wuhan)

Ethical Responses to Fiction
Adriana Clavel-Vázquez (Sheffield)
María Jimena Clavel Vázquez (St Andrews/Stirling)
Panos Paris (Birkbeck)
Nils-Hennes Stear (Southampton)
Robin Zheng (Yale-NUS)

The Changing Nature of the Musical Object
Zed Adams (New School for Social Research)
Christopher Haworth (Birmingham)
Zach Weinstein (Toronto)

Claire Anscomb (Kent), ‘Photography and the Contact Phenomenon’
Dieter Declercq (Kent), ‘Satire and the Sick World. Coping, not Curing’
Jonathan Gingerich (King’s College London), ‘Agency, Moral and Aesthetic’
Robert Stecker (Central Michigan), ‘Aesthetic Value, Inversion, and the Ethical Properties of Artworks’
C. Thi Nguyen (Utah Valley), ‘Autonomy and Aesthetic Engagement’
Jessica Williams (South Florida), ‘Kant on Aesthetic Attention and the Freedom of the Imagination’
Nick Wiltsher (Antwerp), ‘Towards an Aesthetic Ontology of Genders’
Mark Windsor (Kent), ‘Hume’s Standard of Taste: Erasing the Circle’

Larissa Berger (Siegen), ‘A Minimal Two-Acts Model of the Kantian Judgment of Taste’
Aurélie Debaene (Kent), ‘#IWokeUpLikeThis’: Demystifying Photogenic Images’
John Dyck (CUNY), ‘There are no Aesthetic Obligations’
Irene Martínez Marín Uppsala), ‘Art Appreciation: Whether You Like It or Not’
Moonyoung Song (Maryland College Park), ‘Aesthetic Explanation and its Selectivity’
Kathryn Wojtkiewicz (CUNY), ‘The Responsibility of Creation: Diversity, Stereotypes, and the Hermeneutical Responsibility of the Fiction Creator’

Emily Caddick Bourne (co-chair, Hertfordshire), Hans Maes (co-chair, Kent), Katerina Bantinaki (Crete), Emily Brady (Texas A&M), Louise Hanson (Durham), Eileen John (Warwick), Jason Leddington (Bucknell), C. Thi Nguyen (Utah Valley), Heleen Pott (Erasmus University Rotterdam), Dawn Wilson (Hull)

Adriana Clavel-Vázquez (Sheffield), Panos Paris (Cardiff)