[-empyre-] Our month of neuroaethetics

Andrew Murphie andrew.murphie at gmail.com
Wed Oct 1 18:03:47 EST 2008

and of course very many thanks to you Michele, for organizing this
discussion. I too come away from with it with much to think about, and much
to read. So thanks to all!

best, Andrew

2008/10/1 Michele Barker <M.Barker at unsw.edu.au>

> Dear All
> Well, sadly, it it time to say thank you to everyone who has participated
> in my first month as a facilitator with empyre. I personally came in to this
> month's discussion with some preconceived ideas about what I thought
> neuroaethetics might be and what it might offer artists and theorists alike.
> I'm rather happy to say that I'm leaving it with a lot more to consider,
> read and - hopefully - produce. The models, fields and frameworks are, it
> would appear, still in a state of flux. This perhaps it a positive thing as
> clearly there is a lot more discussion to be had around this area and its
> impact on many (and varied) fields of research; as varied as the expertise
> of my guests really.
> And to my guests:
> John Onians
> Trish Adams
> Lucette Cysique
> Alan Dunning
> Paul Woodrow
> Tina Gonsalves
> Barbara Maria Stafford
> and
> Andrew Murphie
>  - a very big thank you!
> It goes without saying that I couldn't have done this month without you
> all. Your generosity and input has made moderating this topic a very
> rewarding one
> cheers
> Michele
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