• On Birds, Beasts and Human Beings. An Approach to the Continuity between Art and Life 

      Luque Moya, Gloria (2013-09-25)
      In 1934 John Dewey laid the foundation of a Philosophy of Art which had its roots in the essential conditions of life, that is, the basic vital functions which human beings share with birds and beasts. Dewey asserted that ...
    • The Pace of Aesthetic Process: A Comparative Approach 

      Luque Moya, Gloria (2013-09-25)
      Traditionally, western theory of art has been equipped with a set of dualisms such as subject-object, artistic process-artistic product, active artist-passive spectator, that has supposed a rejection of a plenary notion ...
    • Transboundary Aesthetics in Korean Women Artists 

      Fernández-Gómez, María Rosa (2019-09-16)
      As C. Korsmeyer has remarked (Gender and Aesthetics, 2004), there is a deep level in the gendered condition of traditional Western aesthetics that has to do with general philosophical and epistemological frameworks, ...