1. Jonathan Loesberg (2007). Kant, Hume, Darwin, and Design: Why Intelligent Design Wasn't Science Before Darwin and Still Isn't. Philosophical Forum 38 (2):95–123.
  2. Jonathan Loesberg (2005). A Return to Aesthetics: Autonomy, Indifference, and Postmodernism. Stanford University Press.
    A Return to Aesthetics confronts postmodernism’s rejection of aesthetics by showing that this critique rests on central concepts of classical aesthetic theory, namely autonomous form, disinterest, and symbolic discourse. The author argues for the value of these concepts by recovering them through a historical reinterpretation of their meaning prior to their distortion by twentieth-century formalism. Loesberg then applies these concepts to a discussion of two of the most significant critics of the ideology of Enlightenment, Foucault and Bourdieu. He argues that (...)
     
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  3. Jonathan Loesberg (1997). Materialism and Aesthetics: Paul de Man's Aesthetic Ideology. Diacritics 27 (4):87-108.
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