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Aesthetics

The area of Aesthetics encompasses issues addressing competences weaving philosophical reflection on structures of human experience (in particular the question of perception and sensibility) and expressive and taste practices, the specific knowledge provided by different artistic traditions and its epistemic reformulations

The most relevant research lines on aesthetics carried out in our Department are:

  • the current configuration of the aesthetic field and of aesthetic experience;
  • aesthetics as a material analytics (between pragmatism, critical theory and phenomenology);
  • aesthetics and models of the theory of mind;
  • aesthetic thought in German philosophy of the 19th and 20th Century;
  • the philosophical debate on myth and language according to an aesthetic-anthropologic perspective;
  • elements of film aesthetics;
  • art and beauty in Friedrich Nietzsche’s philosophy;
  • philosophy of tragedy and tragic thought;
  • the role of the aesthetic in Hegel’s philosophy and the issue of the end of art;
  • the relationship between philosophy and literature

People

keywords: enunciation, semiotics, semiotics of theatre and drama, sociosemiotics, philosophy of language, interpretation,
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Eleonora Caramelli

Senior assistant professor (fixed-term)

keywords: Hegel, History of Aesthetics, Hermeneutics, Literature, Language
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Francesco Cattaneo

Associate Professor

keywords: Aesthetics, Hermeneutics, Mithology, Aesthetics of Cinema, Documentary, Language
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Carlo Gentili

Full Professor

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Neri Marsili

Research fellow

keywords: Philosophical Pragmatics, Social Epistemology, Philosophy of Literature, Experimental Philosophy, Philosophy of Online
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Giovanni Matteucci

Full Professor

keywords: aesthetics, anthropology, structures of experience, phenomenology, contemporary art, theory of perception, Everyday
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Lorenzo Vinciguerra

Full Professor

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Rolando Vitali

PhD Student

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