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Introduction to Philosophy: Aesthetic Theory and Practice by Yuriko Saito, Ruth Sonderegger, Ines Kleesattel, Elizabeth Burns Coleman, Elizabeth Scarbrough, Matteo Ravasio, Xiao Ouyang, Richard Hudson-Miles, Andrew Broadey, Pierre Fasula, Alexander Westenberg, Matthew Sharpe, Valery Vino (Book Editor), Christina Hendricks (Series Editor) is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License, except where otherwise noted.

Introduction to Philosophy: Aesthetic Theory and Practice

Description: Aesthetic Theory and Practice offers fresh perspectives on canonical and emerging topics in aesthetics, and also brings attention to a number of culturally sensitive topics that are customarily silenced in introductions to philosophical aesthetics. The papers are heterogeneous in terms of length and degrees of difficulty, inviting the reader into the study of contemporary aesthetics, which spans a lifetime.

February 3, 2022
Author: Yuriko Saito, Ruth Sonderegger, Ines Kleesattel, Elizabeth Burns Coleman, Elizabeth Scarbrough, Matteo Ravasio, Xiao Ouyang, Richard Hudson-Miles, Andrew Broadey, Pierre Fasula, Alexander Westenberg, Matthew Sharpe, Valery Vino (Book Editor), Christina Hendricks (Series Editor)

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