1. Why Rancière Now?
  2. Joseph J. Tanke
  3. pp. 1-17
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  1. Aestheticism and Spiritualism: A Narrative Study of the Exploration of Self through the Practice of Chinese Calligraphy
  2. Ming-Tak Hue
  3. pp. 18-30
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  1. A Still Life Is Really a Moving Life: The Role of Mirror Neurons and Empathy in Animating Aesthetic Response
  2. Carol S. Jeffers
  3. pp. 31-39
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  1. Effecting Affection: The Corporeal Ethics of Gins and Arakawa
  2. Gordon C. F. Bearn
  3. pp. 40-49
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  1. The Aesthetic Classroom and the Beautiful Game
  2. Bradley Baurain
  3. pp. 50-62
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  1. The Aesthetic and the Spiritual Attitude in Learning: Lessons from Simone Weil
  2. Angelo Caranfa
  3. pp. 63-82
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  1. The Aesthetic Potential of Global Issues Curriculum
  2. William Gaudelli, Randall Hewitt
  3. pp. 83-99
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  1. Against a Perpetuating Fiction: Disentangling Art from Hyperreality
  2. Garen J. Torikian
  3. pp. 100-110
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  1. Scrutinizing Studio Art and Its Study: Historical Relations and Contemporary Conditions
  2. Elizabeth M. Grierson
  3. pp. 111-123
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