Department of Philosophy

Keren Gorodeisky

Keren Gorodeisky

Keren Gorodeisky

Contact

Haley Center 6072
kzg0003@auburn.edu

Education

  • PhD Boston University

Office Hours

  • Tuesday 3:30-4:30
  • Thursday 3:30-4:30

About Keren Gorodeisky
Professor

Dr. Gorodeisky works on aesthetics, Kant, pleasure, value and rationality. She is currently completing a book on the significance of Kant’s notion of aesthetic judgment. In her second book project, she articulates and defends a neglected alternative between contemporary aesthetic hedonism and its non-affective cognitive denial. This project concerns issues in the epistemology of emotions, evaluative perception, reasons and fittingness.

Gorodeisky and Eric Marcus selected as the winners of the second Arthur Danto/American Society for Aesthetics Prize for their paper “Aesthetic Rationality."

Gorodeisky was the 2012-13 Phillip Quinn Felllow at the National Humanities Center.

For full publications list, see: https://philpeople.org/profiles/keren-gorodeisky

Representative Publications

"A New Look at Kant's Account of Testimony," The British Journal of Aesthetics, 50 (2010): 53-70

"A Tale of Two Faculties," The British Journal of Aesthetics, 51 (2011): 415-436

"19th Century Romantic Aesthetics," in The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy https://plato.stanford.edu/entries/aesthetics-19th-romantic/

“Pleasure and Value: Comments on Mohan Matthen’s ‘The Pleasure of Art’,” Australasian Philosophical Review, 1.1 (2017)

“Aesthetic Rationality,” Journal of Philosophy, 115:3 (2018): 113-140 (co-authored with Eric Marcus)

“May Pleasure be an Exercise of Rational Agency? A Kantian Proposal” in Oxford Philosophical Concepts: Pleasure, ed. Lisa Shapiro (Oxford, UK: Oxford UP, 2018).

"Unity in Variety: Theoretical, Practical and Aesthetic Reason in Kant” in The Imagination in German Idealism and Romanticism, eds. Gerad Gentry and Constantin Pollok (Cambridge, UK: Cambridge UP, 2019)

“On Liking Aesthetic Value,” Philosophy and Phenomenological Research (forthcoming in 2019)

“The Authority of Pleasure,” Nôus (forthcoming in 2019)

“Reflection,” The Cambridge Kant Lexicon, ed. Julian Wüerth (Cambridge, UK: Cambridge UP, forthcoming)

“Form,” The Cambridge Kant Lexicon, ed. Julian Wüerth (Cambridge, UK: Cambridge UP, forthcoming)

Last Updated: September 09, 2019