No 21 (2020)

Issue No. 21, April 2019 - Main Topic: The Worlds beyond European Aesthetics

Western philosophy and aesthetics have always been aware that there are many cases of sensible distributions that belong to the worlds beyond modern European philosophy. That awareness was sometimes raised from the position of European logocentrism and the idea of meta narrativity. In other cases, that awareness was raised from the intention to criticize the universality of Western thinking and to find alternatives to the philosophy of the Western world in the times of its crises. As it was already the case with AM Journal Issue No. 13, 2017 (section “China and the West: Zhuyi and –isms”), our awareness here is shaped by the view of equality in difference, value, and the legitimacy of many possible worlds of contemporary aesthetics. We would like to express the warmest gratitude to our colleagues from Africa and South America for being so willing to participate in theoretical connections, exchange, and discussions.

On behalf of the Journal Editorial Team

Sanela Nikolić

Table of Contents

Condition of Contemporary African Aesthetics

Michaela Ott
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1-11
Mounira ben Mustapha Hachana
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13-19

Contemporary East African Aesthetics – Guest Section Editor Lydia W. Muthuma

Lydia W. Muthuma
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23-24
Lydia W. Muthuma
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25-43
Maina wa Mũtonya
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45-58
Gitau Muthuma
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59-69
Fredrick Mbogo
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71-84

Contemporary Aesthetics in South America

Marcelo Mari
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87-99
Miguel Zamorano Sanhueza
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101-108
Sônia Campaner Miguel Ferrari
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109-119
Gustavo Tanus, Antonia Cristina de Alencar Pires, Filipe Schettini
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121-132

Student Research

Zoran Đureinović
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135-146
Ana Frangovska
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147-158

Artist Portfolio

Lecture Performance Festival July 23rd, 2019, ICA 2019
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160-170

Book Reviews

Tatiana Prorokova
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173-174
Tabea Lurk
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175-177