Symposium: The People We End Up Being: Art, Ethics and Agency

The Chair of Aesthetics at the Department of Philosophy invites you to a two-day international scientific symposium The People We End Up Being: Art, Ethics and Agency. The symposium is dedicated to the research of ethical segments of art and artistic production, issues of moral transformation through art and problems of immoral art.

Keynote speakers: Ted Nannicelli (University of Queensland), James Harold (Mount Holyoke College), A.W. Eaton (University of Illinois) and Gregory Currie (University of York).

The symposium is held in a hybrid model within the activities of the Croatian Science Foundation project UIP-2020-02-1309 Aesthetic education through narrative art and its importance for the humanities ( according to this program.

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