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Neill, Alex and Ridley, Aaron (eds.) (1995) The philosophy of art: readings ancient and modern, New York, USA, McGraw-Hill, 592pp.

Arnold, Dana and Bending, Stephen (eds.) (2003) Tracing architecture: the aesthetics of antiquarianism, Oxford, GB, Malden, US, Wiley-Blackwell, 160pp. (Art History Special Issues).

Keay, Simon and Moser, S. (eds.) (2004) Greek art in view. Papers in honour of Brian A. Sparkes, Oxford, GB, Oxbow Books

Bayley, Sally and May, William (eds.) (2007) From self to shelf: the artist under construction, Newcastle, UK, Cambridge Scholars Press, 250pp.

Neill, Alex and Ridley, Aaron (eds.) (2007) Arguing about art: contemporary philosophical debates, Abingdon, UK, Routledge, 504pp. (Arguing About Philosophy).

Neill, Alex and Janaway, Christopher (eds.) (2008) Editorial. Schopenhauer's philosophy of value. European Journal of Philosophy, 16, (2), 163. (doi:10.1111/j.1468-0378.2008.00305.x).

Neill, Alex and Janaway, Christopher (eds.) (2009) Better consciousness: Schopenhauer’s philosophy of value, Oxford, UK, Blackwell

Arnold, Dana (2003) Facts or fragments? Visual histories in the age of mechanical reproduction. In, Arnold, Dana and Bending, Stephen (eds.) Tracing Architecture: the Aesthetics of Antiquarianism. Oxford, GB, Wiley-Blackwell, 30-48. (Art History Special Issues).

Arnold, Dana (2002) Facts or fragments? Visual histories in the age of mechanical reproduction. Art History, 25, (4), 450-460. (doi:10.1111/1467-8365.00338).

Baum, Devorah (2009) Nothing and the Jews. In, Armleder, John (ed.) Voids: a Retrospective. Vides/Voids Exhibition at Centre Pompidou and Kunsthalle, Bern Zurich, Switzerland, JPR/Ringier, 16-22.

Cooke, S, Lucassen, A, Crawford, G, Parker, M and Hallowell, N (2007) Lay understanding of cancer genetics activities in the UK. Psycho-Oncology, 16, (3), 265-265. (doi:10.1002/pon.1165).

Dronsfield, J.L. (2002) Abstraction given time. In, Helen Robertson (catalogue). Helen Robertson (solo exhibition) Dudelange, Luxembourg, Galerie Nei Liicht, 2-5.

Dronsfield, J.L. (2003) Almost the artist: Nietzsche and the claims of the impossible. In, Nietzsche's Aesthetics, Warwick, UK, 13 Sep 2003. (Submitted).

Gemes, Ken (2006) We remain of necessity strangers to ourselves: the key message of Nietzsche's Genealogy. In, Acampora, Christa Davis (ed.) Nietzsche's On the Genealogy of Morals: Critical Essays. Lanham, USA, Rowman & Littlefield, 191-208. (Critical Essays on the Classics Series).

Grenfell, Michael and Hardy, Cheryl (2007) Art Rules: Pierre Bourdieu and the Visual Arts, London, UK, Berg, 256pp.

Hon, Gordon (2007) Return and the spectres of occupation. In, Gillett, John (ed.) Bashir Makhoul: Return in Conflict. New York, IssueArt Publishing, 63-74.

Janaway, Christopher (2003) Nietzsche’s artistic revaluation. In, Bermúdez, José Luis and Gardner, Sebastian (eds.) Art and Morality. London, UK, New York, USA, Routledge, 260-276. (International Library of Philosophy).

Janaway, Christopher (2003) Tragedy: a case of pleasure in pain. In, Haapala, Arto and Kuisma, Oiva (eds.) Aesthetic Experience and the Ethical Dimension: Essays on Moral Problems in Aesthetics. Helsinki, Philosophical Society of Finland, 19-32. (Acta Philosophica Fennica, 72 72).

Janaway, Christopher (2005) Reading Aesthetics and Philosophy of Art, Blackwell Publishing, 288pp. (Reading Philosophy).

Kent, Alexander J. (2005) Aesthetics: a lost cause in cartographic theory? The Cartographic Journal, 42, (2), 182-188. (doi:10.1179/000870405X61487).

MacLean, James (2011) Rethinking law as process: creativity, novelty, change, Abingdon, GB, Taylor & Francis, 224pp. (a Glasshouse Book).

McAleer, John (2004) The sublime aesthetic and nineteenth-century representations of the Victoria Falls. [in special issue: Re-Discovering Aesthetics] Postgraduate Journal of Aesthetics, 1, (3), Winter Issue, 124-135.

Morton, Stephen (2008) Torture, terrorism and colonial sovereignty. In, Morton, Stephen and Bygrave, Stephen (eds.) Foucault in an Age of Terror: Essays on Biopolitics and the Defence of Society. Basingstoke, GB, Palgrave Macmillan, 183-195.

Neill, Alex (1987) Kinship and separation in Cavell’s Pursuits of Happiness. Philosophy and Literature, 11, 136-147.

Neill, Alex (1991) Fear, Fiction and Make-Believe. Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, 49, (1), 47-56.

Neill, Alex (1992) Yanal and others on Hume on tragedy. Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, 50, (2), 151-154.

Neill, Alex (1992) On a paradox of the heart. Philosophical Studies, 65, (1-2), 53-74. (doi:10.1007/BF00571316).

Neill, Alex (1992) Who’s afraid of Virginia Woolf? Ratio, 5, (1), 94-97. (doi:10.1111/j.1467-9329.1992.tb00138.x).

Neill, Alex (1993) Fiction and the emotions. American Philosophical Quarterly, 30, (1), 1-13.

Neill, Alex (1995) Emotional responses to fiction: reply to Radford. Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, 53, (1), 75-78.

Neill, Alex (1995) Fear and belief. Philosophy and Literature, 19, (1), 94-101. (doi:10.1353/phl.1995.0046).

Neill, Alex (1996) Empathy and (film) fiction. In, Bordwell, David and Carroll, Noël (eds.) Post-Theory: Reconstructing Film Studies. Madison, USA, University of Wisconsin Press, 175-194.

Neill, Alex (1998) Hume on tragedy. In, Kelly, Michael (ed.) Encyclopedia of Aesthetics. New York, USA, Oxford University Press, 399-401.

Neill, Alex (1998) 'An Unaccountable Pleasure’: Hume on tragedy and the passions. Hume Studies, 24, (2), 335-354.

Neill, Alex (1999) Appreciation and feeling. Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, 57, (1), 67-71.

Neill, Alex (1999) Inauthenticity, insincerity and poetry. In, Kemal, Salim and Gaskell, Ivan (eds.) Performance and Authenticity in the Arts. Cambridge, UK, Cambridge University Press, 197-214. (Cambridge Studies in Philosophy and the Arts).

Neill, Alex (1999) Hume's 'singular phenomenon'. British Journal of Aesthetics, 39, (2), 112-125. (doi:10.1093/bjaesthetics/39.2.112).

Neill, Alex (2003) Poetry. In, Levinson, Jerrold (ed.) The Oxford Handbook of Aesthetics. New York, USA, Oxford University Press, 605-613.

Neill, Alex (2005) Tragedy. In, Gaut, Berys and Lopes, Dominic (eds.) The Routledge Companion to Aesthetics. London, UK, Routledge, 457-468.

Neill, Alex (2005) Fiction et émotions. In, Cometti, Jean-Pierre, Morizot, Jacques and Pouivet, Roger (eds.) Esthétique Contemporaine: Art, Representation et Fiction. Paris, France, Librairie Philosophique Vrin, 347-375. (Textes Clés d'Esthétique Contemporaine).

Neill, Alex (2005) Tragedy. In, Borchert, Donald (ed.) Encyclopedia of Philosophy. 2nd edition. Detroit, USA, Macmillan Reference USA.

Neill, Alex (2007) Empatie a (filmová) fikce. Iluminace, 19, (2), 5-24.

Neill, Alex (2007) Fiktion und emotionen. In, Reicher, Maria E. (ed.) Fiktion, Wahrheit, Wirklichkeit: Philosophische Grundlagen der Literaturtheorie. Paderborn, Germany, Mentis, 120-142. (Kunst Philosophie 8).

Neill, Alex (2007) Schopenhauer and the foundations of aesthetic experience. In, Shusterman, Richard and Tomlin, Adele (eds.) Aesthetic Experience. London, UK, Routledge, 178-193. (Routledge Studies in Contemporary Philosophy).

Neill, Alex (2009) The paradox of responding to fiction. In, Davies, Stephen, Higgins, Kathleen Marie, Hopkins, Robert, Stecker, Robert and Cooper, David E. (eds.) A Companion to Aesthetics. 2nd Edition. Oxford, UK, Wiley-Blackwell.

Neill, Alex (2009) “Aesthetic experience in Schopenhauer’s metaphysics of will”. European Journal of Philosophy, 16, (2), 179-193. (doi:10.1111/j.1468-0378.2007.00286.x).

Neill, Alex (2010) The paradox of tragedy. In, Edmonds, David and Warburton, Nigel (eds.) Philosophy Bites. Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press.

Neill, Alex (2011) Schopenhauer on tragedy and the sublime. In, Vandenabeele, Bart (ed.) Companion to Schopenhauer. Oxford, UK, Blackwell. (Blackwell Companions to Philosophy).

Neill, Alex D. (2003) Art and emotion. In, Levinson, Jerrold (ed.) The Oxford Handbook of Aesthetics. Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press, 421-435. (Oxford Handbooks of Philosophy).

Orr, Mary (2005) Postscript. In, Orr, Mary and Sharpe, Lesley (eds.) From Goethe to Gide: Feminism, Aesthetics and the French and German Literary Canon, 1770-1936. Exeter, University of Exeter Press, 199-204.

Richardson, A.E. (2003) From the moral mound to the material maze: Hogarth's Analysis of Beauty. In, Berg, M. and Eger, E. (eds.) Luxury in the Eighteenth Century. Basingstoke, UK and New York, USA, Palgrave Macmillan Ltd., 119-134. (16378).

Ridley, Aaron (2002) Congratulations, it’s a tragedy: Collingwood’s remarks on genre. British Journal of Aesthetics, 42, (1), 52-63. (doi:10.1093/bjaesthetics/42.1.52).

Ridley, Aaron (2007) Persona sometimes grata:on the appreciation of expressive music. In, Stock, Kathleen (ed.) Philosophers on Music: Experience, Meaning and Work. Oxford, UK, Oxford University Press, 130-146. (Mind Association Occasional Series).

Ridley, Aaron (2013) On the musically possible. British Journal of Aesthetics, n/a, 1-14. (doi:10.1093/aesthj/ayt025).

Schönbaumsfeld, Genia (2013) Art and the 'Morality System': the case of Don Giovanni. European Journal of Philosophy, n/a, 1-19. (doi:10.1111/ejop.12024).

Taylor, B. (2004) George Dannatt: lyrical constructivist. In, George Dannatt (exhibition catalogue). Exhibition: 'George Dannatt' Winchester, UK, The Winchester Gallery, 17-30.

Taylor, B. (2004) Contemporary art, New York, USA, Prentice Hall Inc., 256pp.

Walters, Lee (2013) Repeatable artworks as created types. British Journal of Aesthetics, 53, (4), 461-477. (doi:10.1093/aesthj/ayt026).

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