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date: 17 July 2019

(p. xiii) Contributors

(p. xiii) Contributors

Philip Alperson Department of Philosophy, Temple University, Philadelphia: ‘Creativity in Art’ (Chapter 13).



John W. Bender Department of Philosophy, Ohio University, Athens: ‘Aesthetic Realism 2’ (Chapter 4).



Malcolm Budd Department of Philosophy, University College London: ‘Aesthetics of Nature’ (Chapter 6).



Noël Carroll Department of Philosophy, University of Wisconsin–Madison: ‘Dance’ (Chapter 33); ‘Humour’ (Chapter 19).



Ted Cohen Department of Philosophy, University of Chicago: ‘Metaphor’ (Chapter 20).



Gregory Currie Department of Philosophy, University of Nottingham, England: ‘Aesthetics and Cognitive Science’ (Chapter 42); ‘Interpretation in Art’ (Chapter 16).



David Davies Department of Philosophy, McGill University, Montreal: ‘Medium in Art’ (Chapter 9).



Stephen Davies Department of Philosophy, University of Auckland, New Zealand: ‘Ontology of Art’ (Chapter 8); ‘Music’ (Chapter 28).



Mary Devereaux Department of Philosophy, University of California, San Diego: ‘Feminist Aesthetics’ (Chapter 38).



Denis Dutton Department of Philosophy, University of Canterbury, New Zealand: ‘Authenticity in Art’ (Chapter 14); ‘Aesthetics and Evolutionary Psychology’ (Chapter 41).



Richard Eldridge Department of Philosophy, Swarthmore College, Pennsylvania: ‘Aesthetics and Ethics’ (Chapter 43).



Susan Feagin Department of Philosophy, University of Missouri, Kansas City: ‘Painting’ (Chapter 29).



John A. Fisher Department of Philosophy, University of Colorado at Boulder: ‘Environmental Aesthetics’ (Chapter 39).



Berys Gaut Department of Moral Philosophy, University of St Andrews, Scotland: ‘Art and Knowledge’ (Chapter 25); ‘Film’ (Chapter 37).



Lydia Goehr Department of Philosophy, Columbia University, New York City: ‘Art and Politics’ (Chapter 27).



Alan H. Goldman Department of Philosophy, College of William and Mary, Williamsburg, Virgina: ‘Representation in Art’ (Chapter 10).



Gordon Graham Department of Philosophy, University of Aberdeen, Scotland: ‘Architecture’ (Chapter 31).



Paul Guyer Department of Philosophy, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia: ‘History of Modern Aesthetics’ (Chapter 2).



Kathleen Higgins Department of Philosophy, University of Texas at Austin: ‘Comparative Aesthetics’ (Chapter 40).



Robert Hopkins Department of Philosophy, University of Sheffield, England: ‘Sculpture’ (Chapter 32).



Gregg Horowitz Department of Philosophy, Vanderbilt University, Nashville, Tennessee: ‘Aesthetics of the Avant-Garde’ (Chapter 45).



Gary Iseminger Department of Philosophy, Carleton College, Northfield, Minnesota: ‘Aesthetic Experience’ (Chapter 5).



Matthew Kieran Department of Philosophy, University of Leeds, England: ‘Art and Morality’ (Chapter 26).



Deborah Knight Department of Philosophy, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario: ‘Aesthetics and Cultural Studies’ (Chapter 48).



Peter Lamarque Department of Philosophy, University of York, England: ‘Fiction’ (Chapter 21).



Jerrold Levinson Department of Philosophy, University of Maryland, College Park: ‘Philosophical Aesthetics: An Overview’ (Chapter 1).



Paisley Livingston Department of Philosophy, Education and Rhetoric, University of Copenhagen, Denmark: ‘Intention in Art’ (Chapter 15); ‘Literature’ (Chapter 30).



Alex Neill Department of Philosophy, University of Southampton, England: ‘Art and Emotion’ (Chapter 24); ‘Poetry’ (Chapter 35).



David Novitz Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, University of Canterbury, New Zealand: ‘Aesthetics of Popular Art’ (Chapter 44).



Aaron Ridley Department of Philosophy, University of Southampton, England: ‘Expression in Art’ (Chapter 11); ‘Tragedy’ (Chapter 23).



Stephanie Ross Department of Philosophy, University of Missouri, St Louis: ‘Style in Art’ (Chapter 12).



Crispin Sartwell Department of Humanities, Maryland Institute of Art, Baltimore: ‘Aesthetics of the Everyday’ (Chapter 46).



Richard Shusterman Department of Philosophy, Temple University, Philadelphia: ‘Aesthetics and Postmodernism’ (Chapter 47).



Robert Stecker Department of Philosophy, Central Michigan University, Mount Pleasant: ‘Definition of Art’ (Chapter 7); ‘Interpretation in Art’ (Chapter 16).



Nigel Warburton Department of Philosophy, Open University, Milton Keynes, England: ‘Photography’ (Chapter 36).



George M. Wilson Department of Philosophy, University of California, Davis: ‘Narrative’ (Chapter 22).



Paul Woodruff Department of Philosophy, University of Texas at Austin: ‘Theatre’ (Chapter 34).



Nick Zangwill Department of Philosophy, University of Glasgow, Scotland: ‘Aesthetic Realism 1’ (Chapter 3); ‘Beauty’ (Chapter 18).