Existential aesthetics release_55v2m67wrvfl3ow7jmqnquwjya

by Hans Maes

Published in Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism by Oxford University Press (OUP).



<jats:title>Abstract</jats:title> The aim of what I propose to call "existential aesthetics" is to investigate the various ways in which art and certain kinds of aesthetic practice or aesthetic experience can be of existential importance to people. Section I provides a definition of existential aesthetics, while Section II delineates this emerging field from cognate areas of research. Sections III and IV explore various subcategories and examples of existential aesthetics. Section V seeks to identify important avenues for future research and Section VI presents some concluding thoughts about the potential of existential aesthetics and why philosophers should be encouraged to fulfill this potential.
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