The Aesthetics of Everyday Life

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Arnold Berleant is Professor of Philosophy (Emeritus) at Long Island University and Past-President of the International Association of Aesthetics. He has also served as Secretary-General of the International Association of Aesthetics and Secretary-Treasurer of the American Society for Aesthetics. His writings in aesthetics include The Aesthetic Field, A Phenomenology of Aesthetic Experience (1970), Art and Engagement (1991), The Aesthetics of Environment(1992), and Living in the Landscape: Toward an Aesthetics of Environment (1997), as well as many essays and reviews. Dr. Berleant has lectured widely nationally and abroad, and his work has been translated into many languages. He has edited Environment and the Arts (2002), and two collections of his essays, Rethinking Aesthetics and Aesthetics and Environment are scheduled for publication in 2005.

Emily Brady is Associate Professor of Philosophy at Brooklyn College-CUNY. Her teaching and research interests range from aesthetics (especially environmental aesthetics) to Kant and the philosophy of mind. Her articles have appeared in various anthologies and in The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, Environmental Ethics, Environmental Values, Contemporary Aesthetics, and Ethics and the Environment. She is the author of Aesthetics of the Natural Environment (Edinburgh University Press, 2003), and she co-edited Aesthetic Concepts: Essays After Sibley (Clarendon Press, 2001).

Allen Carlson is Professor of Philosophy at the University of Alberta, Edmonton, Canada. His teaching and research interests include aesthetics, environmental philosophy, and especially environmental and landscape aesthetics. He has coedited two collections of essays in this latter area and has published articles on the aesthetics of nature, on landscape appreciation, and on environmental assessment and evaluation. His research has appeared in various anthologies and in journals such as The British Journal of Aesthetics, The Canadian Journal of Philoso-

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