Articles

2013

Essentialist Abstraction
Jeffrey Strayer

Musicology as an Object for HPS? An Exploration
Dean Rickles

Representation, Ontology, and Heuristics: Regulating Trade Between the Philosophy of Art and Philosophy of Science
Steven French

What Can the Philosophy of Science Do for the Philosophy of Art (and Vice Versa)?
Otávio Bueno
Steven French
Dean Rickles
George Darby

Contemporary Philosophical Aesthetics in China: A Re-reading of the Aesthetics Notion of Ganxing
Eva Kit Wah Man

Evaluating Indian Aesthetics
Saam Trivedi

Japanese Aesthetics
Carol Steinberg Gould
Mara Miller

2012

Reflections on Being Editor of JAAC, 2003-2013
Susan Feagin

The Music in My Philosophy
Arnold Berleant

On Ambition in Art
Patricia Emison

Art’s Abject Other or the “New Cool”? Should Philosophy Rethink the Art/Craft Dichotomy?
Larry Shiner

Aesthetic Theory for the Working Musician
Robert Kraut

View from a Bridge – Aesthetics as an Aid to Artistic Practice
Matthew Rowe

About My Art
Michael Krausz

2011

The Science of Art Is as Relevant to the Philosophy of Art as Artistic Representations Are to Science: A Reply to Roger Seamon
William P. Seeley

A Response to W. P. Seeley, “What Is the Cognitive Science of Art… and Why Should We Care?”
Roger Seamon

Reflections on Aesthetics and Jazz Drumming
Casey Haskins

Creating Feminist Visual Parodies
Peg Brand

Painting Over the Mind-Body Problem
Keith Lehrer

What Should We Expect from the New Aesthetic Sciences?
Vincent Bergeron

Where There Be Dragons: Finding the Edges of Neuroaesthetics
Anjan Chatterjee

What Is the Cognitive Neuroscience of Art… And Why Should We Care?
William P. Seeley

Spoiler Alerts…. Teaching Intro to Aesthetics with Some Recent Documentaries
Jeanette Bicknell

Lessons of Documentary: Reality, Representation, and Cinematic Expressivity
Jonathan Walley

2010

After the Gold Rush
Paul Mattick

Art and Politics
Crispin Sartwell

Figuration and Gestural Abstraction: Prints of Arthur C. Danto
Ewa Bogusz-Boltuc

Stopping Making Art
Arthur C. Danto

Aesthetics and Copyright
Darren Hudson Hick

Remediation Revisited: Replies to Gaut, Matravers, and Tavinor
Dominic McIver Lopes

2009

The APA Newsletter on Philosophy and Computers and the ASA Newsletter have worked together to publish a series of joint special issues on the influence of computers on art, a project started by Ewa Bogusz-Boltuc, including the articles by Dominic McIver Lopes, Derek Matravers, Berys Gaut, and Grant Tavinor.

Videogames, Interactivity, and Art
Grant Tavinor

Computer Art
Berys Gaut

Sorting Out the Value of New Art Forms
Derek Matravers

From the Author’s Perspective: A Philosophy of Computer Art
Dominic McIver Lopes

2008

Actively Teaching (Artists) Aesthetics
Kathleen Desmond

Reflective Equilibrium in the Aesthetics Classroom
Theodore Gracyk

2007

Department Seeks Aesthetician
Daniel O. Nathan

Aesthetician Seeks Work
Sherri Irvin

Dancework Reconstruction: Kinesthetic Preservation or Danceworld Kitsch?
Renee Conroy

In Defense of Beauty
Ruth Lorand

2006

Culture, Capital, History, but Not Race?
Monique Roelofs

Philosophy and Style, Or Who’s Afraid of Beautiful Beasts?
Iskra Fileva

Jigsaw Garage
Carolyn Korsmeyer

For the Ghettoization of Aesthetics
Roger Seamon

2005

Mining Aesthetics for Deep Gender
Peg Brand

Obstacles to Teaching Feminist Aesthetics
Joshua Shaw

Feminist Aesthetics in Feminist Theory: A Recent Case Study
Naomi Zack

Video Games and the Philosophy of Art
Aaron Smuts

Interdisciplinary Aesthetics
Ivan Gaskell

The Ugly
Mary Devereaux

2004

Active Aestheticians
Berys Gaut

The Isolation of the ASA
Alex Neill

Let Them Naturalize Aesthetics: A Reply to Denis Dutton
Roger Seamon

Is the Balcony Closed? Philosophy of Film sans Film
Jinhee Choi

Let’s Naturalize Aesthetics
Denis Dutton

2003

Voices from the Profession
Peter Kivy

Teaching Environmental Aesthetics
Allen Carlson

2002

Law as an Aesthetic Subject
Brian Butler

Aesthetics and Ethics: The State of the Art
Jeffrey Dean

Professional Aesthetics and Environmental Reform
Marcia Eaton

2001

Teaching Cognitive Science and the Arts III
Cynthia Freeland

Teaching Cognitive Science and the Arts II
Cynthia Freeland

Teaching Cognitive Science and the Arts I
Cynthia Freeland

2000

The Lack of Historical Perspective in Aesthetics
Elmer Duncan

“The Truth in Painting” Or in Text? The Dialogue Between Studio Art and Theory in Education
Irina Costache

1999

Kant’s Aesthetics: Tattoos, Architecture, and Gender-Bending
Tom Leddy

Teaching Experimental Theater: With Some Questions about Theatrical Style
Jim Hamilton

1998

The Philosophical Status of Aesthetics
Mary Devereaux

1997

Teaching Aesthetics to Artists
Doug Arrell

The Philosopher in the Dance Department
Julie Van Camp

1996

Teaching Japanese Aesthetics: Whys and Hows for Non-Specialists
Mara Miller

Death of a Forger
Denis Dutton

Teaching Non-Western Aesthetics, Teaching Popular Art
Crispin Sartwell