This issue contains four articles that seek to challenge or develop aspects of the work of Jenefer Robinson, including her views on issues such as the paradox of fiction, pictorial expression, the nature of the emotions, and the centrality of the emotions for understanding certain works of art, along with a response from Robinson. It also features a short piece by Hans Maes in which he develops an account of the importance of doing philosophy in conversation, and appositely, an interview with Murray Smith in which he discusses his commitment to the naturalistic enterprise in aesthetics and the philosophy of art in conversation with Angelo Cioffi.

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THE IMPLIED PAINTER

Vanessa Brassey

RESPONSE TO CRITICS

Jenefer Robinson