Interested in learning when, where, and how modern human aesthetics evolved?
Join Professor Manuel Martín-Loeches of the Complutense University of Madrid for our online course Neurocognition of Art. This course explores the biopsychological basis of human artistic behavior by investigating its neurocognitive and biological underpinnings. We expand our understanding of this otherwise bizarre activity in natural terms, thereby contextualizing art within the framework of Natural Selection. This approach provides a suitable foundation for exploring the possible evolutionary origins of art, its development, as well as its major milestones along human evolution. Although the course is mainly focused in visual art, much of its content can be applied to other forms of artistic behavior. Classes begin August 24 and end December 19.
Visit us at the Center for Cognitive Archaeology for more information on classes. The deadline to register for courses is September 10, 2020. For registration information, visit: https://www.uccs.edu/lases/programs-a-l/cca
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Are you interested in the animal-man difference?
Theoretical behavioral biology can help!
A small paper, titled “Cuts and Lines”, waits for people interested in the origins of art.e.facts. Tell me where to send it!
Best wishes from Vienna!
Dr. Anton Fuerlinger
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