Contemporary Philosophy II (PHIL*6150)
Term: Winter 2014
This is a seminar course dealing with "Continental" approaches to aesthetics and philosophy of art. After a few introductory lectures on the history, each meeting will be devoted to the presentation and discussion of one or two papers on a particular author, work or collection of works. Each student will submit two papers, both dealing with the same &/or topics: (i) a purely expository paper (a book report, basically) and in (ii) a critical analysis or illustration. The critical paper will be presented as a seminar in class; the expository paper must be distributed to all participants a week before the presentation of the seminar paper.
See attachment for possible seminar areas/topics/authors.
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