CHRISTOPHER BARTEL is an Associate Professor in Philosophy at Appalachian State University. His research interests primarily lie within aesthetics with a special focus on philosophy of music and philosophy of video games. He has published essays on the ontology of musical works, the ethics of video games, and historical inaccuracies in works of fiction. His essays have appeared in the British Journal of Aesthetics , Ethics and Information Technology, the European Journal of Philosophy, and the Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism. MATTHEW COATE has recently received his PhD in philosophy from Stony Brook University and is an adjunct instructor in the Department of Philosophy at Kent State University. Matthew Coate’s research focuses on ethics and subjectivity, and often intersects with aesthetics. He is currently doing research on emotion, and has written on topics as diverse as our sense of ‘being late’ and the experience of drinking tea. ANNA CREMALDI is an Associate Professor of Philosophy at Appalachian State University. She has published articles on benevolence and friendship. Her research focuses on classical ethics and the role of the virtues in the well-lived life. JAMES HAROLD is Chair and Professor of Philosophy at Mount Holyoke College and Book Review Editor for the Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism. He has published widely in aesthetics and ethics, with a special interest in the intersection of these two fields of value. He has also published on other topics including philosophical psychology, ancient Greek and classical Chinese philosophy, and meta-ethical expressivism. JOHN HOLLIDAY has a PhD in philosophy from the University of Maryland and is currently teaching instructor in the Department of English at Rutgers University. His research focuses on issues of literary value. DAVID ROMAND received his PhD in epistemology/history of science (University Paris 7) and cognitive neuroscience (University of Parma). He is a researcher at Laboratoire SPHERE, University Paris 7. Within the field of aesthetics his focus is on: th aesthetic formalism in Germany, Austria, and Russia (early 19 –early 20th centuries); the concept of aesthetic feeling; psychological aesthetics, especially in the German- th speaking context (19 –early 20th centuries). ENRICO TERRONE is an associated researcher at the Collège d’études mondiales in Paris and member of LabOnt (Laboratory for Ontology) in Torino, and he is co-organizer of ÆCS (Aesthetics and Cognitive Science Seminar) in Paris (Institut Jean Nicod). He works on issues at the intersection of aesthetics and ontology and his main field of research is philosophy of film. Downloaded from https://academic.oup.com/bjaesthetics/article-abstract/58/1/NP/4912992 by Ed 'DeepDyve' Gillespie user on 16 March 2018
The British Journal of Aesthetics – Oxford University Press
Published: Jan 1, 2018
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