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Owen Hulatt
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).

Written by Owen Hulatt

Essay/
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

Owen Hulatt

Essay/
Art
Has art ended again?

Ever since Hegel, artists and critics alike have been claiming that art is finished. But what could that actually mean?

Owen Hulatt

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