Associate Lecturer, University of York
Owen Hulatt is an associate lecturer in philosophy at the University of York. His research focuses on aesthetics, post-Kantianism, social philosophy, and Adorno. His latest book is Adorno’s Theory of Aesthetic and Philosophical Truth (Columbia University Press, 2016).
Beauty and aesthetics
Against popular culture
For Adorno, popular culture is not just bad art – it enslaves us to repetition and robs us of our aesthetic freedom
Has art ended again?
Ever since Hegel, artists and critics alike have been claiming that art is finished. But what could that actually mean?