Between Ethics and Aesthetics: Crossing the Boundaries
This forum of current discussions of ethics and aesthetics addresses a cross-section of disciplines including literary theory, philosophy, women s studies, postcolonial theory, art history, Holocaust studies, theology, and others. Contributors, ranging from philosophers and literary critics to practicing artists and art curators, answer such questions as: In the age of the collapse of metaphysics, what is the relation between philosophical reflection and art? If we question the privilege accorded to the aesthetic, can ethics alone offer a solution to the crisis of representation? Is it possible and ethically viable to represent the other in speech and image? What happens at the conjunction of aesthetics and politics? Can one speak of aesthetic configurations of the space of community? Are the concepts of ethics and aesthetics gendered and repressive of sexual difference? Considering the many works that consider either ethics or aesthetics almost exclusively within the confines of particular disciplines, this collection crosses the boundaries and continues the debate outside the rigid parameters of specialized discourses.
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Rethinking the Aesthetic Kant Schiller and Hegel
Looking at Hegels Antigone through Irigarays Speculum
Linking Onto Disinterestedness or the Moral Law in Kants Critique of Judgment
Gesture and Commentary
Aesthetics and the Question of the Other
Levinas and the Ethics of Imagining
Disappearing Traces Emmanuel Levinas Ida Finks Literary Testimony and Holocaust Art
Poetry Theology and Ethics A Study in Paul Celan
Aesthetics and Politics
An Ethics of the Name Rethinking Globalization
The Social Figure of Art Heidegger and Adorno on the Paradoxical Autonomy of Artworks
Politics Aesthetics and Ethics in Joseph Brodskys Poem On the Death of Zhukov
Toward an Ethical Art Practice?
Beauty and the Beast
The Banal Profound and the Profoundly Banal Andy Warhol
Short Circuit The Story of an Exhibition That Provoked Unforeseen Consequences
Between Ethics and Anguish Feminist Ethics Feminist Aesthetics and Representations of Infanticide in The Runaway Slave at Pilgrims Point and Belo...
Aesthetics and Politics
Feminine Writing Metaphor and Myth
Other Tongues Language and Hybridity in Recent Canadian Video Art
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