British Society of Aesthetics

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British Society of Aesthetics
Established1960
President
Stacie Friend
Key people
Kathleen Stock
Websitebritish-aesthetics.org

The British Society of Aesthetics (BSA) is a philosophical organization founded in 1960 to promote the study of aesthetics[1]. The BSA sponsors national and regional conferences, and publishes the British Journal of Aesthetics, Debates in Aesthetics (formerly The Postgraduate Journal of Aesthetics), as well as a newsletter. The organization also funds projects that promote the goals of the BSA. The Society holds an annual conference at St Anne’s College in Oxford.

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  1. ^ "About the Society – The British Society of Aesthetics". Retrieved 2019-04-19.

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