The interest in aesthetics in Philosophy, Literary and Cultural Studies is growing rapidly. 'The new aestheticism' contains exemplary essays by key practitioners in these fields which demonstrate the importance of this area of enquiry.
Intro Contents List of contributors John J. Joughin and Simon Malpas - The new aestheticism: an introduction 1 Thomas Docherty - Aesthetic education and the demise of experience 2 Jonathan Dollimore - Art in time of war: towards a contemporary aesthetic 3 Ewa Plonowska Ziarek - Mimesis in black and white: feminist aesthetics, negativity and semblance 4 Andrew Bowie - What comes after art? 5 Simon Malpas - Touching art: aesthetics, fragmentation and community 6 Howard Caygill - The Alexandrian aesthetic 7 Mark Robson - Defending poetry, or, is there an early modern aesthetic? 8 John J. Joughin - Shakespeare's genius: Hamlet, adaptation and the work of following 9 Robert Eaglestone - Critical knowledge, scientific knowledge and the truth of literature 10 Jay Bernstein - Melancholy as form: towards an archaeology of modernism 11 Gary Banham - Kant and the ends of criticism 12 Andrew Benjamin - Including transformation: notes on the art of the contemporary 13 Joanna Hodge - Aesthetics and politics: between Adorno and Heidegger Index.
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