When citing these papers, be aware of using the right name, title, and pages of each one.
The Ethical Dimension of Everyday Aesthetics
– Yuriko Saito
The Intersection of Moral and Aesthetic Factors in the Process of Growing Up
– Ronald Moore
Schiller and the Deskilling of Aesthetic Education
– Tom Huhn
Art’s Underthought: Art, Presupposition and Immorality
– Zoe Walker
Aesthetic Alchemy: Feature Construction and Conceptual Enrichment through Literature
– Johan Heemskerk
A Symposium on Catherine Homan’s A Hermeneutics of Poetic Education: The Play of the In-Between
– Catherine Homan, Rebecca Longtin, Corey McCall, and Jessica S. Elkayam
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