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In: In Search of Identity
In: Free Will, Causality, and Neuroscience
When does eating become art? This book answers this question by exploring the position of taste in contemporary culture and the manners in which taste meanders its way into the realm of art. The argument identifies aesthetic values not only in artistic practices, where they are naturally expected, but also in the spaces of everydayness that seem far removed from the domain of fine arts. As such, it seeks to grasp what the artists who offer aesthetic experiences combined with culinary experiences actually seek to communicate, as well as pondering whether a cook can be an artist.
In: The Relational Horse
In: The Relational Horse
In: Dreams, Nature, and Practices as Signs of the Future in the Middle Ages
In: In Search of Identity
In: Dreams, Nature, and Practices as Signs of the Future in the Middle Ages
In: Dreams, Nature, and Practices as Signs of the Future in the Middle Ages