Christopher Perricone's Publications


ARTICLES:

"Distraction and Santayana's Idea of Progress", Transactions of the C.S.Pierce Society, Spring,1983, Vol.XIX, #2, pp.167-181.

"The Continuity from the Industrial to the Fine Arts", Annales d'Esthetique, Vol. 21-22, 1982-83, pp.169-177.

"The Place of Idiom in Benedetto Croce's Theory of Aesthetic",Rivista di Studi Crociani, Anno XX, Fascicolo 1, Gennaio-Marzo, 1983, pp.41-49.

"George Santayana's View of Art in a Cultural World", The Southern Journal of Philosophy, Winter, 1983, Vol.XXI, #4, pp.547-563.

"The Art Interpreter as Actor", Clio: A Journal of Literature, History, and the Philosophy of History, Vol.14, #1, Fall, 1984, pp.37-50.

"The Work of Art as an Unfinished Whole", Dialogos, Number 47, January, 1986, pp.69-80.

"Ruins and the Sublime", Dialogos, Number 50, July, 1987, pp. 39-48.

"The Artistic Point of View", Journal of Value Inquiry, 21, 1987, pp.199-207.

"Santayana's Criticisms of Emersonian Idealism and the Grounds of Common Sense", Transactions of the C.S.Pierce Society, Spring, 1988, Vol. XXIV, #2, pp.239-264.

"St. Augustine's Idea of Aesthetic Interpretation", Ancient Philosophy, 9, pp. 95-107.

"Artist and Audience", Journal of Value Inquiry, 24: 1990, pp. 199-212.

"Translation, Art, and Culture", Clio: A Journal of Literature, History, and the Philosophy of History, Vol. 19, #1, Fall, 1989, pp.1-17.

"The Powers of Art: Reflections on 'The Dynamo and the Virgin'," The Journal of Speculative of Philosophy, Vol. V., #4, 1991, pp. 256-276.

"Art and the Metamorphosis of Art into History," The British Journal Aesthetics, Vol.31, #.4, October, 1991, pp.310-321.

"The Layers of Artistic Illusion," The Journal of Value Inquiry, 28: 233-243, 1994.

 "Poetic Philosophy: The Santayana-Eliot Connection," The Transactions of the C.S.Pierce Society, Summer, 1994, Vol. XXX, No.3. pp.637-665

"The Body and Hume's Standard of Taste," The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, 53:4 Fall, 1995, pp.371-378.

"Poetic Philosophy: The Bergson-Whitman Connection," The Journal of Speculative Philosophy, Vol. X, No.1., 1996, pp. 41-61.

"Poetic Philosophy: The Heidegger-Williams Connection," The Journal of Speculuative Philosophy,  Vol.  XII, No. 1., 1998.

"The Body and Aristotle's Idea of Moral Virtue," Dialogos, XXXV, January, 2000.

"Shooting the Wounded: an essay against criticism," The Journal of Aesthetic Education, volume 34, No. 1., Spring, 2000, pp. 37-47.

"Poetic Philosophy: the Wittgenstein-Stevens connection,"  Philosophy Today, volume 44:3, Fall, 2000.

"George Santayana's Roots in Ancient Rome," Transactions of the C.S Pierce Society,  Vol. XXXVII, #2.,  Spring, 2001, pp. 223-242.

"Bugged Out: a reflection on art experience," The Journal of Aesthetic Education, Vol. 37,#2, Summer, 2003, pp. 19-31.

"Art Selection," The Journal of Aesthetic Education, Vol. 38, #2, Summer, 2004, pp. 53-67.

"Does the Philosophy of Art have a Mind/Body Problem," Philosophy Now, issue 46, May/June, 2004 pp.23-27.

"The Aspiration to the Condition of Touch," Philosophy and Literature, Vol.30, #1, April, 2006, 229-238.

"Poetic Philosophy: the Wittgenstein-Stevens connection," reprinted in "Renaissance CD-Rom" and online database, SIRS Mandarin, Boca Raton, Fl.

"The Influence of Darwinism on John Dewey's Philosophy of Art," The Journal of Speculative Philosophy, New Series, Vol.20, #1, 2006, 20-42.

"The Place of Touch in Art," The Journal of Aesthetic Education, Vol. 41, # 1, Spring, 2007. 90-105.

4 articles: "T.S.Eliot," "Blair Philip Rice," "Spirit," "Literary Psychology," in Encyclopedia of American Philosophy, editors John Lachs and Robert Talisse, NY: Routledge, 2007.

"Shakespeare's Procreation Sonnets: a Darwinian view," Consciousness, Literature, and the Arts, Vol.9, #3, December, 2008.

"Tragedy: a lesson in survival," Journal of Aesthetic Education, Vol.44, # 1, Spring, 2010.

"Aesthetic Judgment: it's all about how much," Journal of Speculative Philosophy, vol. 25, #4, 2011, (323-342).

"What Women Want: (among other things) quality art," Journal of Aesthetic Education, vol.45, #3, fall, 2011, (88-102).

"Aesthetic Quality: a Darwinian view," Journal of Aesthetic Education, forthcoming.


REVIEWS:

Review of Interpreting Events by Paul Hernadi, Cornell University Press,1985, Clio: A Journal of Literature, History, and the Philosophy of History, Vol. 15, #2, Winter, 1986, pp.219-221.

Review of Theatrical Legitimation: Allegories of Genius in 17th Century England and France by Timothy Murray, Oxford University Press,1987, Clio: A Journal of Literature, History, and the Philosophy of History, Vol 18, #2, Winter, 1989, pp. 204-207.

Review of Interpretations of Poetry and Religion, Critical Edition by George Santayana; William G. Holzberger and Herman J. Saatkamp, Jr. (eds), MIT Press, 1989, Transactions of the Charles Sanders Pierce Society, Winter, 1991, Vol. XXVII, #1, pp. 131-134.

Review of A Sociosemiotic Theory of Theatre by Jean Alter, University of Pennsylvania Press, 1990, Clio: A Journal of Literature, History, and the Philosophy of History, Vol.21, #2, Winter, 1992, pp. 192-195.

Review of Metatheater: The Example of Shakespeare by Judd D. Hubert, University of Nebraska Press, 1991, Clio: A Journal of Literature, History, and the Philosophy of History, Vol. 21, #3, Spring 1992, pp. 319-321.

 Review of The Dialogical Theatre: Dramatizations of the Conquest of Mexico and the Question of the Other by Max Harris, St. Martin's Press, 1993, Clio: A Journal of Literature, History, and the Philosophy of History, 24 #2 (Winter, 1995), pp. 216-219.

Review of Aristotle on Tragic and Comic Mimesis by Leon Golden, (American Classical Studies Series, #29), Scholars Press, 1992, International Studies in Philosophy, vol. XXVI/4, 1994, pp. 132-133.

Review of Tragic Pleasures: Aristotle on Plot and Emotion by Elizabeth Belfiore, Princeton University Press, 1992, International Studies in Philosophy, vol. XXVI/4, 1995, pp. 103-104.

Review of Anglo-American Interplay in Recent Drama by Ruby Cohn, Cambridge UP, Clio: A Journal of Literature, History, and the Philosophy of History, 25, #4 (Summer, 1996), pp. 472-476.

Review of The Last Puritan: the critical edition by George Santayana, edited by Herman Saatkamp, MIT Press, 1994, Philosophy and Literature, vol. 19, (1995) p.186

Review of Serious Art by John Passmore, Open Court, 1991, Journal of Value Inquiry, 31: 127-131, 1997.

Review of Pieta by George Klein, MIT Press, 1992, Journal of Value Inquiry, 31: 425-428, 1997.

A blurb from my review of Interpretations of Poetry and Religion in the Transactions of the C.S.Pierce Society on the dust cover of The Last Puritan by George Santayana, MIT Press.

Review of Innocence Lost by Christopher W. Gowans, Oxford UP, The Journal of Value Inquiry, 32: 127-132, 1998.

Review of Doubting Thomist by Kirby Olson, Southern Illinois UP, Italian Americana, Winter, 2006, vol.24, no.1 (111-113)

Review of Literature: analytically speaking by Peter Swirski, University of Texas Press, Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, vol.69, #2, spring, 2011, (251-253)



POEMS:

Winner of the William Carlos Williams Poetry Competition, a statewide competition sponsored by the Paterson Free Public Library, 1975.

Poet Lore: A National Quarterly of World Poetry:
Vol. 71, #4 Winter, 1976/77, p.119
Vol. 73, #1 Spring, 1978, p.5.
Vol. 73, #3 Fall, 1978, p.124.
Vol. 74, #1 Spring, l979, p.36.

California Quarterly, Vols. 16/17, Summer/Fall, 1980, p.160.

Pulpsmith, Vol.1, #4 Winter, 1981, p.181.

Kansas Quarterly, Vol. 16, #4, 4/84, p.200.

Breadloaf Writer's Conference, Middlebury College, Middlebury, Vermont, Summer, 1986, Contributor in poetry.

Pulpsmith, Vol.7, #3, Autumn, l987, p.139.

River City (Memphis State Review), Vol. 9:1, Spring,  l989. pp. 16-17.

A volume of poems, A Summer of Monkey Poems, The Cummington Press, October, 1996.

Curious Rooms, Vol.2, Summer, 2000.

Philosophical Forum, Vol. 33, 3, 2002, translation from Latin into English of "On the Seven Liberal Arts as Shown in a Certain Picture," Theodulf of Orleans (760-821), pp. 220-227.

Dicey Brown, Spring, 2004. www.diceybrown.com
 
 


PAPERS READ:

"On Emerson," Spring,1980, Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy.

"The Place of Idiom in Benedetto Croce's Theory of Aesthetic," Spring, 1980, N.J. Regional Philosophical Conference.

"The Contintuity from the Industrial to the Fine Arts," Winter, 1981, N.J. Regional Philosophical Conference.

"Achieving Failure," Spring, 1981, National Meeting of the American Culture Association.

"George Santayana's Idea of Progress," Spring, 1981, American Catholic Philosophical Association.

"On Unfinished Works of Art," Fall, 1981, N.J. Philosophical Conference.

"The Dramatic Center of the Spiritual Life," Spring, 1982, Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy.

"St. Augustine on Interpretion," Spring,1983, N.J. Regional Philosophical Conference.

"The Layers of Artistic Illusion," Spring, 1984, American Society for Aesthetics.

"The Artistic Point of View," Spring, 1984. Fairfield University Lecture Series.

"George Santayana's Roots in Ancient Rome," Spring, 1985, Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy

"Artist and Audience," Spring, 1985, American Catholic Philosophical Association.

"Aspects of Originality," Fall, 1986, American Society for Aesthetics.

"Santayana's Criticisms of Emersonian Idealism and the Grounds of Common Sense," Fall, 1986, N.J. Philosophical Conference.

Comment on Santayana paper, Spring, 1987, Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy.

Comment on aesthetics paper, Spring, 1988, American Society for Aesthetics.

"Critics Say Too Much," Fall, 1988, Fairfield University Lecture Series.

"Art and the Metamorphosis of Art into History," Spring, 1991, American Catholic Philosophical Association.

 "Poetic Philosophy: The Wittgenstein-Stevens Connection," Spring, 1992, American Catholic Philosophical Association.

"Poetic Philosophy: The Heidegger-Williams Connection," Fall, 1992, American Catholic Philosophical Association.

"The Body and Hume's Standard of Taste," Spring, 1994, American Society for Aesthetics.

"The Body and Aristotle on Moral Virtue," Fall, 1994, Society for  Ancient Greek Philosophy and Islamic Studies.

"Bugged Out: a reflection on Art Experience," Fall, 1995, N.J. Philosophical Association.

"Bugged Out: a reflection on Art Experience, Fall, 1995, American Catholic Philosophical Association.

"Bugged Out: a reflection on Art Experience, Spring, 1996, American Society for Aesthetics.

Comment on "Freud on Beauty," by Sally Markowitz, Spring, 1997, American Society for Aesthetics.

"The Stupid Things Philosophers Say,"  Fall, 1998, American Catholic Philosophical Association.

"Does the Philosophy of Art have a Mind/Body Problem?", Spring, 1999, American Society for Aesthetics.

"Socrates on Death: the mother of all ironies," Fall, 1999, Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy and Islamic Studies.

"Art Selection," Spring, 2001, American Society for Aesthetics.

"The Survival of Art Works," Spring 2001, American Catholic Philosophical Association.

"Engineering Art and the Power of Magic," Spring, 2002, American Society for Aesthetics.

Comment on 2 papers,  Spring, 2003, American Society for Aesthetics.

"Error and the Power of Tradition," Spring, 2003. Philosophy, Interpretation, and Culture Conference.

"The Aspiration to the Condition of Touch," Spring, 2004, American Society for Aesthetics.

"Art, Mind, Body," Spring, 2004, Philosophy, Interpretation, and Culture Conference.

"Tragedy: a Darwinian view," Spring, 2005, American Society for Aesthetics.

Comment on DaVinci Code essay, Spring, 2006, American Society for Aesthetics

"Shakespeare's Procreation Sonnets: a Darwinian view," Spring, 2007, American Society for Aesthetics.

Comment on "Tragedy, Aristotle, and Definition, Spring, 2008, American Society for Aesthetics.

"Shakespeare on Cuckoldry: a Darwinian view, Winter, 2009, Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities.

Comment on "The Feels Good Theory of Pleasure, Spring, 2009, American Society for Aesthetics.

"Aesthetic Judgment: it's all about how much, Winter, 2010, Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities.

Comment on "Edward Young", Spring, 2010, American Society for Aesthetics.

"Art Experience," Winter, 2011, Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities.

Comment on "The Network of Aesthetic Inquiry," Spring, 2011, American Society for Aesthetics.

"The Cant of Criticism," Winter,2012. Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities.

"Art World: a Darwinian view, Winter, 2013, Hawaii International Conference on Arts and Humanities.


 OTHER ACTIVITIES:

Organizer and chair of "Colloquia on Art, Literature, and the Philosophy of Art in the Ancient World" held at Baruch College, CUNY, October, 1989-92 and then held at SUNY Binghamton, October, 1993-2001, under the auspices of the SSIPS/SAGP Conference. (sponsors: The Society for the Study of Islamic Philosophy and Science; The Society for Ancient Greek Philosophy.

Organizer of the American Society for Aesthetics Eastern Division Meeting at Iona College, April, 1998.


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