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Seria KRAKOWSKIE SPOTKANIA ESTETYCZNE
The idea of the bilateral conference “Aesthetics and Cultu-res. The 1st Polish-Japanese Meeting: Exchanging Experi-ences” was initiated by the Polish Society of Aesthetics and firmly supported by the Japanese Society for Aesthetics. It was for the first time that the PSA organized a mutual con-ference concerning intercultural studies in aesthetics. A question arises why it is that the remote Japan become the first partner on the path of developing a tradition of bilateral conferences between two countries representing two different cultures. This book tries, at least to a certain extent, to answer the question. Although aesthetics is one discipline among others, this “small window” opens the broad perspective on art, theory of art as well as on all cultural phenomena, espe-cially those that are today in the process of intensive aesthetization.
Krystyna Wilkoszewska, Introduction
Ken’ichi Sasaki, Feeling
Bohdan Dziemidok, Aesthetic and Cultural Aspects of the Sense of Humor
Shigemi Inaga, Yukio Yashiro (1890–1975) between the East and the
West in Search of an Aesthetic Dialogue
Krystyna Wilkoszewska, Japonism in Polish Modernist Painting
Hiroshi Yoshioka, Reconsidering “Japanese Aesthetics” from the
Intercultural Point of View
Jakub Petri, Does Somaesthetics Meet East in the Reflection on the Body?
Ken’ichi Iwaki, The Concept of Color in Traditional Chinese and
Japanese Theories of Painting from the Perspective of Comparative Aesthetics
Agnieszka Kozyra, The Affirmation of the Ordinary Mind (Byojoshin)
in the Landscapes of Sesshu Toyo (1430–1506)
Marzenna Jakubczak, Aesthetization of Nature: How Buddhist is the
Japanese Idea of “Nature”?
Yuko Nakama, Near and Far Landscape: Contemporary Vision of Nature
Between and Beyond Cultural Differences
Fumikazu Kishi, Aesthetics of “Kawaii”: Analyzing Contemporary
Japanese TV Advertisements
Hisashi Muroi, Ten Years of the Yokohama Triennale. The Condition
of Art Festivals in Japan and East Asia
Akiko Kasuya, “Overturning” the Everyday: One Aspect of Contemporary Art
Theatre and Drama
Henryk Lipszyc, Some Reminiscences about Polish-Japanese Contacts
in the Field of Performing Arts against the Background of Mutual Cultural Relations
Beata Kubiak Ho-Chi, The Tragic in Japanese and Polish 18th-century
Drama: The Battles of Coxinga by Chikamatsu and The Tragedy
of Epaminondas by Konarski
Jakub Karpoluk, Working with Shite Actors. Perspectives of Studying
Classical Japanese Performing Arts by Doing Them