Tapahtumat elokuulle 2017

Suomen Kulttuurirahaston rahoittama tutkimusprojekti Estetiikan tiedollinen merkitys järjestää tällä viikolla kansainvälisen konferenssin Tampereen yliopistosta. Aiheesta kiinnostuneet ovat tervetulleita!

 

The Cognitive Relevance of Aesthetics

University of Tampere, August 31–September 2 2017

University of Tampere, Linna K113

 

Thursday August 31 (chair: Jukka Mikkonen)

 

9:00–             Registration

9:30–10:45   Peter Lamarque (York): Truth in Poetry. A Matter of Detail

10.45–11.00  Break

11:00–11:45 Maria José Alcaraz Léon (Murcia): The Specific Cognitive Value of Aesthetics

11.45–12.30  Britt Harrison (York): Humanist Skepticism about the Very Notion of the Cognitive

12:30–14:00 Lunch

14:00–14:45 Karen Simecek (Warwick): Are Art and Philosophy Mutually Exclusive? What Might This Mean for Cognitivism?

14:45–15:30 Gerard Vilar (Autonomous University of Barcelona): Artistic Research and Cognitive Progress

15:30–16:00 Coffee

16:00–16:45 Michalle Gal (Shenkar College): Visual Metaphors, Visual Hybrids and Non-Conceptual Aesthetic Perception

16:45–17:30 Rebecca Wallbank (Uppsala): Reconsidering Artistic Value

 

Friday September 1 (chair: Kalle Puolakka)

 

9:30–10:45   Elisabeth Schellekens (Uppsala): Contemplation, Curiosity and Cognition. On Aesthetic Value and Epistemic Gain

10.45–11.00  Break

11.00–11.45  Vid Simoniti (Cambridge): Art and Minor Philosophical Genres

11.45–12:30  Stephen Chamberlain (Rockhurst): Understanding the Cognitive Value of Narrative Fiction

12:30–14:00 Lunch

14:00–14:45 Tzachi Zamir (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem): Literature. Value and

Knowledge

14:45–15:30 Jeremy Page (Uppsala): Work and Reader in Two Accounts of the Cognitive Value of Literature

15:30–16:00 Coffee

16:00–16:45 Irene Martiìnez Mariìn (Uppsala): Understanding (without) Feeling. The Case of

Nostalgic Expression

 

Saturday September 2 (chair: Hanne Appelqvist)

 

9:30–10:45   Lydia Goehr (Columbia): Cognitive Aesthetics or Conceptual Aesthetics. Or What Does It Mean to Think Philosophically through Art?

10:45–11:00 Break

11:00–11:45 Larissa Berger (University of Siegen): What We “Learn” in a Kantian Judgment of Taste?

11:45–12:30 Bogdan Nita (Bucharest): Kant’s Common Sense as a Key Concept to Explain the Aesthetic Judgment and its Relevance to Cognition

12:30             Closing

 

Organizing committee: Hanne Appelqvist, Kalle Puolakka, and Jukka Mikkonen

 

For further information, please contact Hanne Appelqvist (hanne.appelqvist[at]helsinki.fi)