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The aesthetico-ethical subject : another narrative about being ethically responsible

By Elizabeth Louise Cranley

Abstract

This paper builds on work I presented at the PESA conference in 2007, which moved through\ud both aesthetic and ethical theory to generate a new theory of creative integrity around the issues\ud of autonomy, agency and authenticity. This preliminary theorizing had its origins in my\ud undergraduate ethics classroom where I was confronted with advertising students who resisted the\ud idea of being taught ethics, along with all the philosophical ethical theories traditionally used to\ud do this

Topics: 220199 Applied Ethics not elsewhere classified, 220301 Aesthetics, 139900 OTHER EDUCATION, Ethics, Aesthetics, social responsibility, creative industries, education
Publisher: Philosophy of Education Society of Australasia
Year: 2009
OAI identifier: oai:eprints.qut.edu.au:32116

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