The breadth and intensity of the debates generated by contemporary artistic phenomena, including creative but also theoretical practices, explored in at least five major paradigms of thought (continental, analytical, scientific, pragmatic, critical and communicational) and interdisciplinary research (art history and theory, sociology of art, art psychology) increasingly compel us to make, when considering philosophical-aesthetic analyses, the systematic distinction between the philosophy of art and the philosophy of aesthetic experience. This course organizes information on this subject.
Philosophy of Art Course. Major Traditional Orientations and Contemporary Analysis Programs (Vol. 1)
1st volume: Philosophy of art in premodernity
ISBN general 978-606-720-080-5