Gernot Böhme’s contributions to Thesis Eleven
In a relationship spanning nearly a quarter century, our esteemed visitor Gernot Böhme has contributed no less than nine articles to the journal, considering aesthetics, ethics, technology, economy, and society. Follow the links below for abstracts and access to articles (for attendees of the masterclass, see especially ‘Atmosphere as the Fundamental Concept of a New Aesthetics’ ):
Technical Gadgetry: Technological Development in the Aesthetic Economy
Thesis Eleven, August 2006; vol. 86, 1: pp. 54-66.
Driven by the Interest in Reasonable Conditions
Thesis Eleven, May 2005; vol. 81, 1: pp. 80-90.
Contribution to the Critique of the Aesthetic Economy
Thesis Eleven, May 2003; vol. 73, 1: pp. 71-82.
Ethical Life or `The Customary’
Thesis Eleven, February 2000; vol. 60, 1: pp. 1-10.
Kant’s Aesthetics: a New Perspective
Thesis Eleven, November 1995; vol. 43, 1: pp. 100-119.
Atmosphere as the Fundamental Concept of a New Aesthetics
Thesis Eleven, August 1993; vol. 36, 1: pp. 113-126.
An Aesthetic Theory of Nature: an Interim Report [with John Farrell]
Thesis Eleven, May 1992; vol. 32, 1: pp. 90-102.
Humanity and Resistance
Thesis Eleven, February 1991; vol. 28, 1: pp. 70-85.
The Techno-Structures of Society
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