Richard Shusterman

Somaesthetics Texts 

in English

Abrams, Jerold J. “Aesthetics and Ethics: Santayana, Nietzsche, and Shusterman.” The Modern  Schoolman, 81(2004): 233-266.

___. “Aesthetics of Self-Fashioning and Cosmopolitanism: Foucault and Rorty on the Art of Living.” Philosophy Today, Summer, (2002): 185-192.

___. “Pragmatism, Artificial Intelligence, and Posthuman Bioethics: Shusterman, Rorty, and Foucault.”Human Studies, 27 (2004): 241-258.

Acampora, Ralph R. Corporal compassion: animal ethics and philosophy of body. Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2006.

Alston, Kal. “The Locus of the Self.” Philosophy of Education, (2007): 38-41.

Ames, Roger T. “’Bodyheartminding’ (Xin 心): Reconceiving the Inner Self and the Outer World in the Language of Holographic Focus and Field.” Front. Philos. China 10.2 (2015): 167-180.

Anderson, Brian. “Entheogenic Visions: The Sacred Union of Word & Image.” Penn Humanities Forum  On Word and Image, (2005-2006): 1-33.

Arnold, Peter J. “Somaesthetics, Education, and the Art of Dance.” Journal of Aesthetic Education, 39.1 (2005): 48-64.

Barber, Daniel. Somaesthetic Awareness and Artistic Practice: A review essay. International Journal of  Education & the Arts, 9 (Review 1).  (2008): http://www.ijea.org/v9r1/.

Bartczak, Kacper. “Bodies that Sing: Somaesthetics in the American Poetic Tradition.” Pragmatism Today: The Journal of the Central-European Pragmatist Forum 3.2 (Winter 2012): 29-39.

Biesta, Gert. “Who is There? Finding the Other in the Self” Philosophy of Education, (2007): 42-45.

Bogden, Deanne. “Betwixt and Between: Working Through the Aesthetic in Philosophy of Education: George F. Kneller Lecture, Conference of the American Educational Studies Association Savannah, Georgia, October 30, 2008.” Educational Studies 46.3 (2010): 291-316.

Bokiniec, Monika. “'Body Trouble?” Somaesthetics and Feminism in Shusterman's Pragmatism: Between Literature and Somaesthetics. Koczanowica, Dorota and Wojciech Malecki, eds., 163-172.

Brand, Peggy Zeglin and Mary Devereaux. Women, art, and aesthetics.  Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 2003.

Bratkowski, Tad. “Investigating the Relevance of Shusterman’s Somaesthetics to Motion-Controlled Gaming.” Pragmatism Today: The Journal of the Central-European Pragmatist Forum 3.2 (Winter 2012): 50-56.

Bredella, Nathalie. “Architecture and Atmosphere: Technology and the Concept of the Body,” 11th International Bauhaus Colloquium Weimar, April 1st-5th 2009: Architecture in the Age of Empire. Weimar: Bauhaus-Universitat. 2011.

Bresler, Liora. “Embodied Narrative Inquiry: A Methodology of Connection.” Research Studies in Education 27.1 (2006): 21-43.

Budziak, Anna “The Idea of Emotion in T. S. Eliot and in Richard Shusterman in Shusterman's Pragmatism: Between Literature and Somaesthetics, Koczanowica, Dorota and  Wojciech Malecki, eds. 33-49.

Bukdahl, Else Marie. “New visual dialogues and new art projects with a social and meliorist goal in the urban space and at sea.” Journal of Urban Culture Research. Forthcoming.

Carducci, Vince. “Are You Experienced?” Metro Times Detroit, (12/25/2002).

Carter, Curtis. “Review of Body Consciousness: A Philosophy of Mindfulness and Somaesthetics.” Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism. 2008(?): 419-422.

___. “Somaesthetics and Dance.” Contemporary Pragmatism 12 (2015): 100-115.

Creely, Edwin. ‘Method(ology), pedagogy and praxis: a phenomenology of the pre-performative training regime of Phillip Zarrilli.” Theatre, Dance, and Peformance Training. 1:2, 214-228. 21 Sep 2010 <http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/19443927.2010.505000

Cunningham, Craig A. 2008. “Book Review: Richard Shusterman, Body Consciousness: A Philosophy

            of Mindfulness and Somaesthetics,” Education and Culture 24 (2): 54-59.

Dhillon, Pradeep. “At Home: Somaesthetics and Re-Education in Architecture from a Global Perspective.” Contemporary Pragmatism 12 (2015): 116-134.

Doddington, Christine. “Education in the Open: The Somaesthetic Value of Being Outside.” Other Education: The Journal of Educational Alternatives, 3.1 (2014): 41-59.

Engel, Liz. “Experience of body/self as the primary ground of life/art creation: A phenomenological case study of Rolfing.” Body, Movement and Dance in Psychotherapy 3.2 (2008): 107-118.

Fahy, George. “ Book Review of  Body Consciousness : A Philosophy of Mindfulness and Somaesthetics.” Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy. ( 2009):10-12

Feng, Peng. “Perfectionism Between Pragmatism and Confucianism” Journal of Comparative Literature and Aesthetics 21(1-2) (2008): 21-38.

Fitz-Gibbon, Andrew. “Somaesthetics: Body Consciousness and Nonviolence,” Social Philosophy Today 28 (2012): 85-99.

____. “Somaesthetics: Possibilities for Philosophical Practices.” Philosophical Practice. 8.2 (2013): 1192-1200.

Forry, Joan Grassbaugh. “Somaesthetics and Philosophical Self-Cultivation: An Intersection Between Philosophy and Sport.” Acta Universitatis Palackianae Olomucenis Gymnica. 36.2 (2006): 25-38.

Fraser Berndtsson, Mary.  “Towards a theoretical perspective of “vibrant physicality”: From “sociology

of the body” to an “embodied sociology” and beyond.” Lunds universitet/Avdelningen för sociologi, 2010. (Lund University Department of Sociology, 2010).

Gallagher, Shaun “Somaesthetics and the Care of the Body.” Metaphilosophy 42:3 (2011):305-313.

Garrison, James. “Reconsidering Richard Shusterman’s Somaesthetics. The Confucian Debate between Mèng Zĭ and Xún Zĭ.” Contemporary Pragmatism 12 (2015): 135-155.

Gayman, Cynthia. “Book Review of  Body Consciousness: A Philosophy of Mindfulness and Somaesthetics.” Journal of Speculative Philosophy 22.3 ( 2008)  225-227.

Ginot, Isabelle. “From Shusterman’s Somaesthetics to a Radical Epistemology of Somatics.” Dance Research Journal. 42.1 (2010): 12-29.

Girel, Mathias. “Perfectionism in Practice: Shusterman’s Place in Recent Pragmatism.” Contemporary Pragmatism 12 (2015): 156-179.

Granger, David A. “Somaesthetics and Racism: Toward an Embodied Pedagogy of Difference.” The Journal of Aesthetic Education. 44.3 (2010): 69-81.

Grassbaugh-Fory, Joan. “Somaesthetics and Philosophical Self-Cultivation: An Intersection of Philosophy and Sport.” Acta Universitatis Palackinae Olomucensis Gymnica, 36.2 (2006): 25-28.

Grušovnik, Tomaž. “Somaesthetics and democracy: from theory to practice - considering advertising of the equality based in public perception of the bodily differences.” Mednarodni znanstveni sestanek Svoboda in demokracija: evropske percepcije, evropske perspektive, Koper, 4.-6. December 2008, Letn. 13, št. 9 (2008), str. 52-53. (International Scientific Meeting of Freedom and Democracy: European perception of the European perspective. Koper. 4-6 December 2008, Vol. 13, no. 9 (2008), p. 52-53.

Guerra, Gustavo. “Practicing Pragmatism: Richard Shusterman’s Unbound Philosophy.” Journal of Aesthetic Education, 36.4 (2002): 70-83.  

Haskins, Casey. “Enlivened Bodies, Authenticity, and Romanticism.”  Journal of Aesthetic Education, 36.4 (2002): 84-101.

Heyes, Cressida J. Self transformations: Foucault, ethics, and normalized bodies. Oxford ; New York: Oxford University Press, 2007.

Higgins, Kathleen Marie. “Living and Feeling at Home: Shusterman’s Performing LiveJournal of Aesthetic Education, 36.4 (2002): 84-92.

Higgins, Kathleen Marie, Casey Haskins, and Richard Shusterman. “Symposium: On Richard Shusterman's “Performing Live”” Journal of Aesthetic Education 36.4 (Winter 2002): 84-115.

Higuchi, Satoshi. “Eastern Mind-Body Theory and Somaesthetics.” Concepts of Aesthetic Education:  Japanese and European Perspectives.  Eds.  Yasuo Imai and Christoph Wulf.   München/Berlin, 2007, 88-96.

Holgersen, Sven-Erik. “Body Consciousness and Somaesthetics in Music Education.” Action, Criticism, and Theory for Music Education 9:1 (2010): 31-44.

Höök, Kristina, Anna Ståhl, Martin Jonsson, Johanna Mercurio, Anna Karlsson, and Eva-Carin Banka Johnson. “Somaesthetic Design.” Interactions 22.4 (2015): 26-33.

Iedema, Rick. “Sources of Safety: Reflexive Practice.” Centre for Health Communication. Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences. University of Technology, Syndey, Australia. 2007 http://www.safesci.unsw.edu.au/downloads/teams/RIedema%20Reflexive%20learning.pdf

Jay, Martin. “Somaesthetics and Democracy: Dewey and Contemporary Body Art.” Journal of Aesthetic Education, 36.4 (2002): 55-68.

___.  Reprinted in Martin Jay, Refractions of Violence (New York: Routledge, 2003).

Johnston, James S. “Reflections on Richard Shusterman’s Dewey.” Journal of Aesthetic Education, 38.4 (Winter 2004):  99-108.

Jolles, Marjorie. “Between Embodied Subjects and Objects: Narrative Somaesthetics.” Hypatia 27:2 (2012): 301–318.

Jones II, Robert W. "Somaesthetics and Literary Criticism," Alluvium: 21st-Century Writing, 21st-Century Approaches 2.2 (2013): n. pag. Web. http://dx.doi.org/10.7766/alluvium.v2.2.04.

Kallio, Titti. “Why we choose the More Attractive Looking Objects Somatic Markers and Somaesthetics In User Experience” DPPI 03 (2003):142-143.

Koczanowicz, Dorota, and Wojciech Małecki. Shusterman’s Pragmatism: Between Literature and  Somaesthetics. Rodopi, Amsterdam/New York, 2012.

Lamb, Roberta. “Mind the Gap!” Action, Criticism, and Theory for Music Education 9.1 (Jan 2010) 45-54.

Leddy, Thomas. “Shusterman’s Pragmatist Aesthetics.” The Journal of Speculative Philosophy 16.1 (2002): 10-16.

---. The Extraordinary in the Ordinary: The Aesthetics of Everyday Life. Ontario: Broadview Press, 2012.

Lee, Jessica J. "Home Life: Cultivating a Domestic Aesthetic" Contemporary Aesthetics, Vol. 8 (2010). Retrieved from http://www.contempaesthetics.org/newvolume/pages/journal.php.

Legrand, Dorothee. “Is it good to know? Bodily self-knowledge and otherness.” Encyclopaideia. Special issue. Embodiment and pedagogy. Education between phenomenology and neurocognitive sciences. 17.37 (2013). 67-90.

Engel, Lis. “The Somaesthetic Dimension of Dance Art and Education—a Phenomenological and Aesthetic Analysis of the problem of Creativity in Dance.” Proceedings of the “Ethics and Politics Embodied in Dance” International Dance Conference. Helsinki: Helsinki, 2004. 50-58. Web. <www.dancethics.com>.

Johnson, James Scott. “Reflections on Richard Shusterman's Dewey.” Journal of Aesthetic Education 38.4 (Winter 2004): 99-108.

Leddy, Thomas. “Shusterman’s Thinking Through the Body and Everyday Aesthetics.” Contemporary Pragmatism 12 (2015): 79-99.

Loke, Lian, George Poonkhin Khut and A. Baki Kocaballi. “Bodily Experience and Imagination: Desgining Ritual Interactions for Participatory Life-Art Contexts.” Proceedings from the conference DIS 2012. Newcastle, UK, 2012: 779- 788.

Loland, Nina Waaler “The Art of Concealment in a Culture of Display: Aerobicizing Women’s and Men’s Experience and Use of their Own Bodies.” Sociology of Sport Journal 17 (2000): 111-129.

Lloyd, Mike. “Life in the slow lane: rethinking spectacular body modification.” Continuum18.4 (2004): 555-564.

Lloyd, Rebecca J. and Stephen J. Smith. “Enlivening the Curriculum of Health-related Fitness.”
Nielsen, Henrik Smed. “The Computer Game as a Somatic Experience.” Eludamos: Journal for  Computer Game Culture. 2010; 4 (1): 25-40.

Maattanen, Pentii. “Shusterman on Somatic Experience.” Action, Criticism, and Theory for Music Education 9.1 (2010): 55-66.

Magada-Ward, Mary. “Engaging with Philosophy’s “Limit-Defying Provocateur”: A Review of Shusterman’s Pragmatism: Between Literature and Somaesthetics. Contemporary Pragmatism 10.1 (June 2013): 167–174.

Malecki, Wojciech. Embodying Pragmatism : Richard Shusterman's Philosophy and Literary Theory. Frankfurt : Lang, Peter, Internationaler Verlag der Wissenschaften, 2010.

Maller, C. and Y. Strengers. “The global migration of everyday life: Investigating the practice memories of Australian migrants.” Geoforum 44 (2013): 243 – 252.

Man, Eva Kit Wah. “A Cross-Cultural Reflection on Shusterman’s Suggestion of the ‘Transactional’ Body.” Front. Philos. China 10.2 (2015) 181-191.

Maus, Fred Everett. “Somaesthetics of Music.” Action, Criticism, and Theory for Music Education 9.1 (January 2010): 9-25.

McCarty, Luise Prior and Yoshitsugu. “East meets west in Japanese doctoral education: form, dependence, and the strange.” Ethics and Education 5.1 (2010): 27-41.

McKerrell, S. “An Ethnography of Hearing: Somaesthetic Hearing in Traditional Music.” The Body is the Message. Grazer Universitätsverlag Leykam, 2012, pp.78-89.

Moen, Jin. “The Aesthetics of Human Movement.” Interactive Institute and Share Studio. Department of Computer Science Daimi. 2005. Web. <http://www.daimi.au.dk/>.

Montero, Barbara. “Does Bodily Awareness Interfere with Highly Skilled Movement?” Inquiry 53.2 (2010): 105-122.

Mullis, Eric C. “Book Review: Body Consciousness: A Philosophy of Mindfulness in Somaesthetics.” Journal of Aesthetic Education 45:1 (2011): 123-127.

___. “Martial Somaesthetics” Journal of Aesthetic Education 47.3 (2013): 96-115.

___. “Performative Somaesthetics: Principles and Scope.” Journal of Aesthetic Education, 40.4 (2006): 104-117.

___. “Philosophy of the Body as Introduction to Philosophy.” Teaching Philosophy. 36.4 (2013): 353-372. DOI: 10.5840/teachphil20131012

___. “The Pragmatist Yogi: Ancient and Contemporary Yogic Somaesthetics”. The Pluralist 10.2 (2015): 205-209.

___. “The Violent Aesthetic: A Reconsideration of Transgressive Body Art.” Journal of Speculative  Philosophy, 20.2 (2006): 85-92.

Parthemore, Joel. “ Review of Body Consciousness: A Philosophy of Mindfulness and Somaesthetics.” Metapsychology Online Reviews 12.40 ( 2008) http://metapsychology.mentalhelp.net/poc/view_doc.php?type=book&id=4502

Payne, Phillip. “The globally great moral challenge: ecocentric democracy, values, morals and meaning.” Environmental Education Research 16.1 (2010): 153-171.

Petersen, Elizabeth. “ Designed for an Experience: The Natural Architecture of Corrales.”  Comedia Performance 7:1 (Spring 2010) 170-199).

Petitmengin, Claire, et al. “Listening from Within.” Journal of Consciousness Studies. 10-12.16. (2009): 252-84.

Petitmengin, Claire and Michel Bitol. “The Validity of First-Person Descriptions as Authenticity and Coherence.” Journal of Consciousness Studies. 10-12.16. (2009): 363-404.

Protevi, John. “Review of Body Consciousness: A Philosophy of Mindfulness and Somaesthetics.” Journal for the British Society for Phenomenology 40.2 (May 2009): 228-230.

___. “Three Developments of Themes in Shusterman’s Somaesthetics.” Pragmatism Today: The Journal of the Central-European Pragmatist Forum 3.2 (Winter 2012): 21-28.

Pryba, Russell. “Dewey, Somaesthetics, and the Cultivation of (Gustatory) Taste.” Pragmatism Today: The Journal of the Central-European Pragmatist Forum 3.2 (Winter 2012): 40-49.

___. “Ars Erotica and Ars Gastronomica in Shusterman’s Somaesthetics.” Front. Philos. China 10.2 (2015): 192-200.

___. “Two Modes of Contemporary Pragmatist Aesthetics.” Contemporary Pragmatism 12 (2015): 1-9.

Radman, Zdravko. Knowing without Thinking: Mind, Action, Cognition and the Phenomenon of the Background. Basingstoke: Palgrave Macmillan, 2012.

Ribeiro, Monica and Agar Fonseca. “The empathy and the structuring sharing modes of movement sequences in the improvisation of contemporary dance.” Research in Dance Education 12.2 (2011): 71-85.

Rouhiainen, Leena. “Somatic dance as a means of cultivating ethically embodied subjects.” Research in Dance Education 9.3 (2008): 241-256.

___.  “The Evolvement of the Pilates Method and its Relation to the Somatic Field.” Nordic Journal of Dance 2 (2010): 57-67.

Rudinow, Joel. Soul music. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2010.

Ingrid Pramling Samuelsson, Ingrid Pramling, Maj Asplund Carlsson Bengt Olsson, Niklas Pramling, Cecilia Wallerstedt. “The art of teaching children the arts: music, dance and poetry with children aged 2-8 years old.” International Journal of Early Years Education 17.2 (2009): 119-135.

Säätelä, Simo. “Between intellectualism and “somaesthetics.”” Filozofski vestnik, Letn. 20, št. 2, suppl. (1999), str. 151-161. (Arts Engineering 20.2, suppl. (1999): 151-161.)

Schiphorst, Thecla. “Soft(n): Toward a somaesthetics of touch.” by CHI 2009 27th International Conference Extended Abstracts on Human Factors in Computing Systems (Boston 2009 04 04): 2427-2438.

Shalin, Dmitri N. “Signing in the Flesh:  Notes on Pragmatist Hermeneutics.”  Sociological Theory

            25.3 (September 2007):  193-224.

Shusterman, Richard.  “A Biological Aesthetics/Une esthétique bilogique” 02 Revue d’art contemporain 46 (Summer 2008): 45-48. Interviewed by Aude Launay.

___. “Aesthetic and Practical Interests and their Bodily Ground.”  William James Society, 1.1.  (2006): 12 pars. <http://williamjamesstudies.press.uiuc.edu/1.1/shusterman.html>.

___.  “Aesthetic Experience:  From Analysis to Eros.”  The Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism,

            64:2 (Spring 2006): 217-229.

___. “Ambiguities of Embodiment: Althamer’s Somaesthetics” in Polyethylene. In the Darkness. Pawel Althamer, ed. Wroclaw: Wroclaw Contemporary Museum, 2013.

___. “Asian Ars Erotica and the Question of Aesthetics.” Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 65.1  (Winter 2007): 55-68.

___. “Back to the Future: Aesthetics Today.” The Nordic Journal of Aesthetics 43 (2012): 104-124.

___. “The Body as Background: Pragmatism and Somaesthetics.” Knowing without Thinking: Mind, Action, Cognition, and the Phenomenon of the Background. Radman, Zdravko, ed. New York: Palgrave Macmillan (2012): 206-223.

___.  Body Consciousness: A Philosophy of Mindfulness and Somaesthetics. Cambridge: Cambridge UP, 2008.

a)      Portuguese translation of Body Conciousness—A Philosophy of Mindfulness and Somaesthetics (Consciência Corporal). Translated by Pedro Sette-Câmara. São Paulo, Brazil: E Realizacoes, 2012.

b)      German translation of Body Conciousness—A Philosophy of Mindfulness and Sonmaesthetics (Körper-Bewusstsein: Für eine Philosophie der Somästhetik). Translated by Felix Meiner. Hamburg: Verlag, 2012.

c)      Italian translation of Body Conciousness—A Philosophy of Mindfulness and Sonmaesthetics (Coscienza del corpo: La filosofia come arte di vivere e la somaestetica). Translated by Salvatore Tedesco and Valeria Costanza D’Agata. Milano: Christian Marinotti Edizioni s.r.l., 2013.

___. “Body Consciousness: East and West.” Na Jedwabnym Szlaku Gestu: On the Silk Route of Gesture Ed. Weisna Mond-Kozeowska: Krakow 2012. 59-70.      

___.  “Body Consciousness and Performance: Somaesthetics East and West.” Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 67:2 (2009) 133-145.

___. “Body Consciousness and Music: Variations on Some Themes.” Action, Criticism, and Theory for Music Education 9 (2010): 93-114.

___. “Complexities of Aesthetic Experience: a Response to Johnston.” Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism 38.4 (2004): 109-112.

___. “Dewey’s Art as Experience: The Psychological Background.” Journal of Aesthetic Education 44 (2010): 26-43.

___. “Ethics, Aesthetics, and the Art of Living: Pragmatism and Somaesthetics.” Journal of Learning

            And Curriculum Development, Hiroshima 2 (2003): 47-53.

___. “Everyday Aesthetics of Embodiment.” Rethinking Aesthetics: The Role of Body in Design. Edited by Ritu Bhatt. New York: Routledge, 2013.

___. “Home Alone? Self and Other in Somaesthetics and Performing Live.” Journal of Aesthetic Education, 36.4 (2002): 102-115.

___. Performing Live: Aesthetic Alternatives for the End of Art. Ithaca: Cornell UP, 2000.

___. Practicing Philosophy: Pragmatism and the Philosophical Life. (New York: Routledge, 1997).

___. “Pragmatism and Criticism: A Response to Three Critics of Pragmatist Aesthetics.” The Journal of Speculative Philosophy,16.1 ( 2002):  26-38.

___. “Pragmatism and Cultural Politics: From Rortian Textualism to Somaesthetics.” New Literary History 41 (2010): 69-94.

___. “Pragmatism and East Asian Thought” Metaphilosophy 35.1/2 (2004): 13-43.

___. “Pragmatism’s Embodied Philosophy: From Immediate Experience toSomaesthetics.” Routledge Handbook of the Body. Ed. Bryan Turner. London, New York: Routeledge, 2012. 34-48.

___. “Self-Knowledge and Its Discontents.” Philosophy of Education, (2007): 25-37.

___. “The Silent, Limping Body of Philosophy.” The Cambridge Companion to Merleau-Ponty. Eds. T.

            Carman and M. Hansen.  Cambridge:  Cambridge U P, 2005. 151-180. 

a. “Der schweigende, hinkende Körper der Philosophie.” Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie 51 (2003): 1-20.

___. “Somaesthetics: A Disciplinary Proposal.” Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, 57 (1999): 299-313.

___. “Somaesthetics and Burke’s Sublime.” The British Journal of Aesthetics, 45.4 (2005): 323-341.

___. “Somaesthetics and C.S. Peirce.” Journal of Speculative Philosophy 23:1 (2009): 8-27.

___. “Somaesthetics and Care of the Self:  The Case of Foucalt.”  The Monist, vol. 83, no. 4, (2000):  530-551.

___. “Somaesthetics and Education: Exploring the Terrain.” Knowing Bodies Moving Minds (2004): 51-60.

___. “Somaesthetics and Politics: Incorporating Pragmatist Aesthetics for Social Action.” Beauty, Responsibility and Power VIBS – Value Inquiry Book Series Vol. 277 (2014): 5-18.

___. “Somaesthetics and Social Theory.” Human Affairs, 15.2 (2005): 105-115.

___. “Somaesthetics and the Body Media Issue.” Body and Society 3.3 (1997): 34-48.

___. “Somaesthetics and the Revival of Aesthetics.” Filozofski Vestnik, 28.2 (2007): 135-149.

___. “Somaesthetics and Self Cultivation in Philosophy as a Way of Life” Jahrbuch Fur

            Lebensphilosophie, (2007): 111- 123.

___. “Somaesthetics and The Second Sex: A Pragmatist Reading of a Feminist Classic.” Hypatia, 18.4 (2003): 106-136.

___. “Somaesthetics and the Ends of Art.” End of Art—Endings in Art. Ed. Gerhard Seel. Basel: Schwabe, 2006. 142-163.

___. “Somaesthetics at the Limits” Nordic Journal of Aesthetics (2007).

___. “Somaesthetics: Thinking Through the Body and Designing for Interactive Experience.” Encyclopedia lof Human-Computer Interaction. Edited by Mads Soegaard and Rikke Friis Dam. Aarhus, Denmark: The Interaction-Design.org Foundation. Available online at http://www.interaction-design.org/encyclopedia/somaesthetics.html.

___. “Soma Holiday: An Interview with Richard Shusterman” artUS, 21 (2008): 26-28.

___. “Teaching Philosophy: A Somaesthetic Approach.” Teaching Philosophy. Ed. Andrea Kenkman. New York, NY: Continuum Press, 2009: 57-68.

___. “Thinking Through the Body: Educating for the Humanities”, Journal of Aesthetic Education, 40:1 (2006): 1-21.

___. “William James, Somatic Introspection, and Care of the Self”, Philosophical Forum, 36 (2005): 429-450.

___.  “Wittgenstein on Bodily Feelings: Explanation and Melioration in Philosophy of Mind, Art, and Politics.”  In The Grammar of Politics:  Wittgenstein and Political Philosophy. Ed. Cressida Heyes. Ithaca:  Cornell U P, 2003.  202-219.

___. “Wittgenstein’s Somaesthetics.” Revue Internationale de Philosophie, 219 (2002): 91-108.

___. “What Pragmatism Means to Me: Ten Principles.” Revue Française D’Études Américaines No 124 (2010): 59-65.

___. “The Good Life, The Examined Life, and The Embodied Life.” Human Affairs 18.2 (December     

            2008): 139-150.

___. “Soma and Psyche.” Journal of Speculative Philosophy, 24:3 (2010):205-223.

___. “The Somaesthetics of Ink Wash Painting: Self Cultivation and Style.” Treanslated by Wang Hui. Poetry Calligraphy Painting. 2013.3 (2013): 105-114.

___. “Somaesthetics and the Utopian Body.” International Yearbook of Aesthetics: Diversity and Universality in Aesthetics. Ed. Wang Keping. Volume 14 (2010): 81-93.

___. “Soma, Self, and Society: Somaesthetics as Pragmatist Meliorism.” Metaphilosophy, 42:3 (2011): 315-327.

___. “Muscle Memory and the Somaesthetic Pathologies of Everyday Life.” Human Movement, 12:1 (2011): 4-15.

___. “Somatic Style.” Journal of Aesthetics and Art Criticism, 69:2 (2011): 147-159.

___. “Somaesthetic Awareness, Proprioceptive Perception, and Performance.” Consciousness, Perception, and Behavior: Conceptual, Theoretical, and Methodological Issues, Proceedings of the 11th Biannual Symposium on the Science of Behavior, Guadalajara, México, February 2010. Ed. Emilio Ribes Iñesta & José E. Burgos. New Orleans: University Press of the South, 2011.

___. “A Philosopher in Darkness and in Light. Practical Somaesthetics and Photographic Art.” Lucidity. Inward Views : Le Mois de la Photo à Montréal 2011. Anne-Marie Ninacs (ed.) Montreal : Le Mois de la Photo à Montréal, 2011.

___. “Somaesthetics and Architecture: A Critical Option." Architecture in the Age of   Empire/Die Architektur der Neuen Weltordnung. 11th International Bauhaus-Colloquium/11. Internationales Bauhaus-Kolloquium. Symposium Reader/Tagungsband. Eds.  Kristian Faschingeder, Kari Jormakka, Norbert Korrek, Olaf Pfeifer, and Gerd Zimmermann. Weimar: Universitätsverlag, 2011. 285--301.

___.    Stili Di Vita: Qualche is Truzione Per L’Uso. Memesis. 2012.

___. “Ambiguities of Embodiment: Althamer’s Somaesthetics” Pawel Althamer: Polyethylene. In the D arkness. (2013): 6-15.

___.  Aesthetic Style. Ed Hyijin Lee. Seoul: Sunhaksa. 2013.

___. “Practicing Somaesthetics: Exploring Its Impact on Interactive Product Design Ideation” (with Wonjun Lee and Youn-kyung Lim). Proceedings of DIS(Designing Interactive Systems)’14, ACM Press (2014), 1055-1064.

___. “Somaesthetics and Chinese Philosophy: Between Unity and Pramatist Pluralism.” Font. Philos.

China 10.2 (2015): 201-211.

___. “Transactional Experiential Inquiry: From Pragmatism to Somaesthetics.” Contemporary Pragmatism 12 (2015): 180-195.

Shusterman, Richard and Adele Tomlin, eds. Aesthetic Experience. New York: Routledge, 2010 (originally published in hardback, 2008).

Skowronski, Krzysztof. “Aesthetics and Corporal Values in Shusterman's Pragmatism: Between Literature and Somaesthetics.” Koczanowica, Dorota and Wojciech Malecki, eds.), 173-179.

Smith, Stephen and Rebeccca Lloyd. “Promoting Vitality in Health and Physical Education.” Qualitative Health Research 16.2 (2006): 249-267.

Smythe, Luke. “Anthony McCall and the Somaesthetics of Solid Light.” Te Pataka Toi: Adam Art Gallery, Wellington. Victoria University of Wellington. 2010.

Soulez, Antonia. “Practice, Theory, Pleasure, and the Problems of Form and Resistance: Shusterman’s Pragmatist Aesthetics." The Journal of Speculative Philosophy, 16:1 ( 2002): 1-9.

Stanley, Steven. “Intimate distances: William James’ introspection, Buddhist mindfulness, and experiential inquiry.” New Ideas in Psychology, 30 (2012): 201-211.

Stroud, Scott R. “Orientational Meliorism in Dewey and Dogen.” Transactions of the Charles Pierce  Society, 43.1 (2007): 185-215.

Sullivan, Shannon. Living Across and Through Skins: Transactional Bodies, Pragmatism, and Feminism. Bloomington, IN: Indiana UP, 2001.

Surbaugh, Michael. “‘Somaesthetics,’ Education, and Disability.” Philosophy of Education. (2009): 417-24.

Suzuki, Yasuhiro and Rieko Suzuki. Tactile Score: A Knowledge Media for Tactile Sense. Heidelberg: Springer, 2014.

Taylor, Paul C. “The Two-Dewey Thesis Continued: Shusterman’s Pragmatist Aesthetics.” The Journal   of Speculative Philosophy, 16.1 ( 2002): 17-25.

Tedesco, Salvatore. “Somaesthetics as a Discipline Between Pragmatist Philosophy and Philosophical Anthropology.” Pragmatism Today: The Journal of the Central-European Pragmatist Forum 3.2 (Winter 2012): 6-12.

Terry, Allie. “Criminal Vision in Early modern Florence: Fra Angelico’s altarpiece for “Il Tempio” and the Magdalenian gaze.” Renaissance Theories of Vision. Eds. John Shannon Hendrix and Charles H. Carman. Surrey: Ashgate Publishing Limited, 2010. 45-61.

Terry-Fritsch, Allie. Somaesthetics and the Renaissance: Viewing Bodies at Work in Fifteenth-Century Italy. Forthcoming.

Turner, Bryan. “Somaesthetics and the Critique of Cartesian Dualism.” Body & Society, 14.3 (2008): 129-133.

___. “The Sociology of the Body.” The New Blackwell Companion to Social Theory. Ed. Bryan S. Turner. Sussex: Wiley-Blackwell, 2009. 513-32. Print.

Tonino, Griffero. Il Corpo (proprio) Rappresentato. Ed. Teorie & Modelli. XV, 2-3 (2-12): 241-257

Veder, Robin. “The Expressive Efficiencies of American Delsarte and Mensendieck Body Culture.” Modernism/modernity, 17: 4 (2011): 819-838.

Vertinsky, Patricia. “Transatlantic Traffic in Expressive Movement: From Delsarte and Dalcroze to Margaret H'Doubler and Rudolf Laban.” International Journal of the History of Sport 26.13 (2009): 2031-2051.

___.“Making and marking gender: Bodybuilding and the medicalization of the body from one century's end to another.” Sport in Society 2.1 (1999): 1-24.

Voparil, Christopher, and John Giordano. “Pragmatism and the Somatic Turn: Shusterman’s Somaesthetics and Beyond.” Metaphilosophy 46.1 (2015): 141-161.

Wen, Haiming. “Introduction to the Special Theme on ‘Richard Shusterman’s Somaesthetics’”. Front. P hilos. China 10.2 (2015): 163-166.

Wilkoszewska, Krystyna. “Book Review: Body Consciousness: A Philosophy of Mindfulness and Somaesthetics.” Transactions of the Charles S. Peirce Society: A Quarterly Journal in American Philosophy 45.4 (2009): 713-718.

Yang, Chunshi and Zhang Lin. “Transcending the Opposition Between Consciousness Aesthetics and Somaesthetics.” Frontiers of Philosophy in China. 4.4 (2009): 616-630.

Zhang, Zailin and Junxue Li. “From Pragmatist Aesthetics to Somaesthetics: A Comparison Between Shusterman’s Somaesthetics and Classical Chinese Aesthetics.” Pragmatism Today: The Journal of the Central-European Pragmatist Forum 3.2 (Winter 2012): 13-20.



"Somaesthetics." Web log post. VCU Philosophy Blog. Virginia Commonwealth University, 28 Dec. 2009. Web. 04 Oct. 2010. <http://blog.vcu.edu/philosophy/2009/12/somaesthetics.html>.

Rhodes, Jackie. "Somaesthetics." Web log post. Multimedia|ted E|visceration: a Queer Critique. 15 Sept. 2008. Web. 04 Oct. 2010.

Rose, Nico. “Somaesthetics: On the Role of Physical Exercise and “neck-down” Interventions in Positive Psychology.” Web Log post. Mappalicious!: Taking a deep-dive into Positive Psychology at UPENN. 13 Feb. 2014. http://mappalicious.com/2014/02/13/somaesthetics-on-the-role-of-physical-exercise-and-neck-down-interventions-in-positive-psychology/.

in French


Alloa, Emmanuel. “Le corps est-il silencieux?” Penser en Corps: Soma-esthétique, art et    philosophie. Ed. Barbara Formis. Paris: L’Harmattan, 2009.  113-132. Print.


Ando, Erica. “La méthode feldenkrais, une Soma-esthétique pratique.” Penser en Corps: Soma-esthétique, art et philosophie. Ed. Barbara Formis. Paris: L’Harmattan, 2009.  21-40. Print.


Andrieu, Bernard. “Entretien avec Richard Shusterman.” Corps au travail. (Mars, 2009). 5-10. Trans. David Zerbib.


Bourmeau, Sylvain. “Le Corps au cœur.”  Les inrockuptibles, 629 (18 December, 2007).


Caillet, Aline. “Émanciper le corps: Sur Quelques applications du concept de la soma-esthétique   en art...” Penser en Corps: Soma-esthétique, art et philosophie. Ed. Barbara Formis. Paris: L’Harmattan, 2009. 99-132.


Jenny, Laurent (ed.). Le Style En Acte : Vers une pragmatique du style. Geneve : MetisPresses, 2011.


Cerclet, Denis. "Marcel Jousse: à la croisé de l'anthropologie et des neurosciences, le rythme des corps."


Une rencontre entre chercheurs, praticiens et artistes autour de l’anthropologie linguistique de Marcel


Jousse (1886-1961). à l'université de Lyon 3. du 28 septembre au 1er octobre 2011 à l'université de Lyon 3.http://www.academia.edu/4731716/Marcel_Jousse_a_la_croise_de_lanthropologie_et_des_neurosciences_le_rythme_des_corps


Cerf, Juliette. “Grand Corps Vivant.” Les philosophes, (2008): 74-75.


Formis, Barbara. “Review of Conscience du Corps.” Art Press, 344 (December 2007), 66.


___. Penser en Corps: Soma-esthétique, art et philosophie. Edited by Barbara Formis. Paris:  L’Harmattan, 2009.


___. “Toucher, bouger: la théorie somatique à l’épreuve de la vie.” Penser en Corps: Soma-esthétique, art et philosophie. Ed. Barbara Formis. Paris: L’Harmattan, 2009. 183-204. Print.


Ginot, Isabelle. “Discours, techniques du corps et technocorps: À partir, et non à propos, de Conscience du corps de Richard Shusterman.” À la’Rencontre de la Danse Contemporaine, Porosités et Résistances. Ed. Paule Gioffredi. Paris: L'Harmattan, 2009. 265-94.


Kihm Christophe.L’ épreuve De L’image Techniques et Compétences Des Corps. Paris: Bayard Editions, 2013.


Pavie, Xavier. Exercices Spirituels: Leҫons de la philosophie contemporaine. Paris: Les Belles Lettres, 2013.       


Pudal, Romain. “Les (Més) Aventures Continentales d’un Pragmatisme Critique: Lire Richard Rorty et Richard Shusterman en France.” Revue Francaise D’Etudes Americaines 126.4 (2010): 53-65.


Shusterman, Richard. Conscience du corps: Pour une soma-esthétique. Paris: l’éclat, 2007.


___. “Conscience soma-esthétique, perception proprioceptive et action.” Communications. 86 (2010): 15-24.


___. “Culture de soi.” Ré-Inventer La Politique Culturelle? Ed. Denis Cerclet. Genouilleux: Éditions Le passé du vent, 2012. 89-113.


___. “Esthétique—Soma-esthétique. ” Ré-Inventer La Politique Culturelle? Ed. Denis Cerclet. Genouilleux: Éditions Le passé du vent, 2012.


___. “Intelligence du corps,” Le Monde (Des Livres), 12.


___. “Le corps sous les media.” Jusqu’où tolérer? Ed. Roger-Pol Droit. Paris: Le   Monde Editions, 1996. 260-272.


___. “L’utopie du corps.” Recherches en esthétique 11 (2005): 67-72.


___. Roger-Pol Doit et Richard Shusterman, “Richard Shusterman, Philosophie Nomade.” Le Point 1839 (13 December 2007): 88-89.


___. "Soma-esthétique expérientielle: trois méthodes." À La’rEncontre de la Danse Contemporaine, Porosités er Résistances. Ed. Paule Gioffredi. Paris: L'Harmattan, 2009. 235-64.


___. “Penser en corps: eduquer les sciences humaines: un appel pour la soma-esthétique.” Penser en Corps: Soma-esthétique, art et philosophie. Ed. Barbara Formis. Paris: L’Harmattan, 2009. 41-76. Print. Trans. Barbara Formis and David Zerbib.


___. “Soma-esthétique: origins et enjeux.” Penser en Corps: Soma-esthétique, art et philosophie. Ed. Barbara Formis. Paris: L’Harmattan, 2009. 205-208. Print. Trans. Barbara Formis.


___. Soma-esthétique et architecture: une alternative critique (Genève : Haute Ecole  d’Art et Design, 2010).


___. "Évaluation de la littérature et Expérience du corps." Interview Article. Argilete 3.2011.


___. “La soma-esthétique de Merleau-Ponty.” Critique d’art, 37 (2011), 21-24.


___. “Un philosophe dans l’ombre et la lumière.La soma-esthétique pratique et l’art photographique,” Lucidité. Vues de l'intérieur: Le Mois de la Photo à Montréal 2011. Anne-Marie Ninacs (ed.), Montreal : Le Mois de la Photo à Montréal, 2011.


___. “Le style somatique.” Le Style en Act: Vers une pragmatique du style. Ed. Laurent Jenny. Geneve: Metis Presses, 2011. 31-58.


Soulez, Julliette. "Du Pluralisme Au Meliorisme, De L'experience Au Corps: Richard Shusterman." Tale(s) Magazine: Polygon (Fall 2010). Web. <http://www.tales-magazine.fr/light-online-mag/polygon#article204_item109>.


Zerbib, David “Les effets secondaires d’une philosophie douce.”  Le Monde (Des Livres), (30 November 2007), 12.


___. “Soma-ésthetique du corps absent.” Penser en Corps: Soma-esthétique, art et philosophie. Ed. Barbara Formis. Paris: L’Harmattan, 2009. 113-160. Print.


in German

Böhme, Gernot. “Sömasthetik—sanft oder mit Gewalt?” Review of Richard Shusterman: Philosophie als Lebenpraxis. Wege in den Pragmatismus, Akademie Verlag, Berlin, 2001. Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie 5 (2002): 797-800.

Denker, Christian. “Geist und Verdauung: Nicht nur die Zunge erfreut sich beim Essen” Aspekte der Medizinphilosophie, Vol. 7 (2009).

Diaconu, Mădălina. “ Amerikanischer Pragmatismus entdeckt japanisches Zazen zu: Richard Shusterman: Körper-Bewusstsein. Für eine Philosophie der Somästhetik.” Review of Body Consciousness. Polylog 29 (2013): 99-102.

Ruge, Uta. Interview with Richard Shusterman “Ist man glücklicher,wenn man sich selbst kennt? Von der analytischen Philosophie zum Pragmatismus,” Feldenkrais Forum, Nov. 2010, 7-11.

Salaverría, Heidí. “Shusterman: Somästhetische Kohärenz des Selbst.” Spielräume des Selbst, Akademie Verlag (2007), 206-225.

Shusterman, Richard. “Soma und Medien”  Sonderdruck  (1998): 114-126.

___. “Der schweigende, hinkende Körper der Philosophie.” Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie 51 (2003): 1-20.

___. “Somaesthetics and Self-Cultivation in Philosophy as a Way of Life.” Jahrbuch fuer Lebensphilosophie, Praxis der Philosophie III . Eds. U. Gahlings, D. Croome and R. J. Kozljanic. Muenchen: Albunea Verlag 2007. 111-123.

___. “Wittgensteins Somästhetik: Körperliche Gefühle in der Philosophie des Geistes, der Kunst und der Politik.” Dimensionen aëstheticsher Erfahrung. Eds. J. Küpper and Christoph Menke. Frankfurt/M: Suhrkamp, 2003. 67-93.

___. “Pragmatismus und Kulturpolitik.Variationen uber ein Rortysches Thema.” In Alexander Gröschner and Mike Sandbothe (eds.), Pragmatismus als Kulturpolitik - Beiträge zum Werk Richard Rortys (Berlin: Suhrkamp, 2011), 111-143.

___. “Soma und Psyche.” Deutsche Zeitschrift Für Philosophie 59:4 (2011): 539-552.

___. Körper -Bewusstsein: Für eine Philosophie der Somästhetik. (forthcoming) from Felix Meiner, Hamburg, Germany, 2012. (Translation of Body Consciousness).

___. Leibliche Erfahrung in Kunst und Lebensstil. Berlin: Akademie Vertlag, 2005.

Malecki, Wojciech. “Von nicht-diskursiverEfharung Zur Somästhetik: Richars Shusterman über Dewey and Rorty.” Deutsche Zeitschrift fuer Philosophie 56 ( 2008), 677-690.

in Chinese

陈后亮:《身体美学与人道主义——谈舒斯特曼美学思想中的身体关切》,2009年 02期.

Chen Hou-liang, “Somaesthetics and Humanism-----On the Body Concerned of Shusterman’s Aesthetics”, Xi'an Social Science, 2009(2).


Chen Hou-liang, “Does the Aesthetics need to be bodily? ----Also about the Ethics Concern of Shusterman’s Somaesthetics,” Literature Collection of Huaihai, 2009(1).

陈望衡; 吴志翔:《审美历史演化中的身体境遇——试论身体美学何以成立》,《 西北师大学报》(社会科学版),2007第2期.

Chen Wang-heng; WU Zhi-xiang, “The Body's Situation in the History of Aesthetic Appreciation——How Can the Body-aesthetics Possible?” Journal of Northwest Normal University (Social Sciences), 2007(2).

代迅:《压抑与反抗:身体美学及其进展》,《西南大学学报》(人文社会科学版) , 2006年 05期.

Dai Xun, “Repression and Resistance: Somaethestics and its Development,” Journal of Southwest China Normal University (Humanities and Social Sciences Edition), 2006(5).

范占平:《身体美学的启迪与反思》,《医学与哲学》(人文社会医学版),2008年 05期 .

FAN Zhan-ping, “A Reflection on Somaesthetics from Chinese Perspectives,” Medicine & Philosophy (Humanistic & Social Medicine Edition), 2008(5).

Feng, Peng. “Pragmatism and Living Aesthetics: Summarizing Shusterman’s Aesthetic idea.” Literary Debate (China), 2010.5.15, No.5, pp.38-43.

___.“Somaesthetics: Progress and Issues [MF1] ―A Dialogue and Argument between American and Chinese Scholars”, Academic Monthly, No.8, Vol. 37, 2007, pp. 21-28.

___.“Scholars”, Academic Monthly, No.8, Vol. 37, 2007, pp. 21-28

冯学勤:《身体美学的系谱学流派研究》,《社会科学辑刊》, 2009年第2期.

Feng Xue-qin, “A Genealogy Research of Somaethetics,” Social Science Journal, 2009(2).


Feng Xue-qin, “The Genealogy and Somaesthetics: Nietzsche, Foucault, Deleuze.” Theoretical Studies in Literature and Art, 2009(2).

胡强:《近年来身体美学研究述论》,《阴山学刊》(人文科学版) 2007年 06期.

HU Qiang,A Review of the Research on Body Aesthetics in Recent Years, Yinshan Academic Journal (Social Science Edition), 2007(6).


Li Fang, “A Comparative between the Method of Research in Somaeshtetics of China and Western,” Exam Weekly, 2008(4).


Li Fang, “A Research of Richard Shusterman’s Somaesthetics,” M.A. Dissertation of Shandong Normal University, 2009.

刘成纪:《中国古典美学中的身体及其映像》,《文艺研究》,2007年 04期.

Liu Cheng-ji,“The Body and Its Images in Classical Chinese Aesthetics”, Literature & Art Studies, 2007(4).

“Somaesthetics: Progress and Issues ―A Dialogue and Argument between American and Chinese Scholars”, Academic Monthly, No.8, 2007, Vol. 37, pp. 21-28.


Liu Cheng-ji, “A Contemporary Case of Somaesthetics,” Academic Journal of Zhongzhou, 2005(3).


Liu De-lin, “A Study on Shusterman's Neo-pragmatism Aesthetics,” Ph. D. Dissertation of Shandong University, 2008.


Liu Yan-shun, “Post-modernism’s Bodily Extends toward Modern Aesthetics---- Talking from the Absence of Body in Kantian’s Aesthetics,” Contend of Literature and Art, 2008(5).

毛崇杰:《后现代美学转向——日常生活审美化与身体美学》,《杭州师范学院学报》(社会科学版),2004年 06期.

Mao Chong-jie, “Aesthetics in the Post-modern Turn——Aestheticisation of Daily Life and Body Aesthetics”, Journal of Hangzhou Teachers College, 2004(6).


Mao Chong-jie, “Re-emergence of Pragmatic Aestheticism,” Hundred Schools in Arts, 2009(1).


Peng Fu-chun, “The Basic Problems of Somaesthetics,” Academic Journal of Zhongzhou, 2005(3).


Peng Fu-chun, “Body and Somaesthetics,” Philosophy Research, 2004(4).


Peng Feng, “The Theory Progressive of the Somaesthetics,” Academic Journal of Zhongzhou, 2005(3).

Shusterman, Richard. “通过身体思考:人文学科的教育.”  学术月刊 (Academic Monthly) October,         (2007): 5-14. (Translation of Thinking Through the Body).

___. "东西美学的邂逅--中国广播网 中央人民广播电台主办 全球最大中文音频网络门户 (The Encounter between Oriental Aesthetics and Hesperian Aesthetics)." 中国广播网 一网听天下  (CNR.cn). Guangming Daily, 28 Sept. 2010. Web. <http://www.cnr.cn/allnews/201009/t20100928_507111519.html#>.

___.身体意识与身体美学.  Trans. Cheng Xiangzhan. Beijing: The Commercial Press, 2011. (Translation of Body Consciousness with a special preface for the Chinese edition).

___. "身体意识与身体表现: 东西方的身体美学” Translation of “Body Consciousness and Performance: Somaesthetics East and West”. Journal of Yantai University Philosophy and Social Science Edition, N. 26, 2014(4)

___ 艺术界定与身体美学--对理查德·舒斯特曼教授的访谈 . (“Definition of Art and Somaesthetics, An Interview with Richard Shusterman, in Aesthetics Forum”) Interview  (Chinese). Aesthetics Forum (October 2014): 11-15.

 Shusterman, Richard and Zheng Fanren. “Practice and Bridge: Dialogue Between Chinese Scholars and Shusterman,” Literary Debate (China), 2010.5.15, No.5, pp.59-64.

___.“Somaesthetics: Progress and Issues ―A Dialogue and Argument between American and Chinese Scholars” Academic Monthly, No.8, 2007, Vol. 37, pp. 21-28


Wang Rui,” A Brief Review on the Significance of Richard Shusterman’s Somaesthetics,” Times Figure, 2008(4).

王晓华:《身体美学:回归身体主体的美学——以西方美学史为例》,《江海学刊》,2005年 03期.

Wang Xiao-hua, “Body Aesthetics: the Aesthetics of Back to Body as Subject----the Case of Western Aesthetics History,” Jianghai Academic Journal (Bimonthly), 2005(3).

王晓华:《身体主体性的起源与审美发生论——主体论身体美学论纲之一》,《河北学刊》2009年 03期.

Wang Xiao-hua, “The Originality of Body Subjectivity and Aesthetical Occurrence——One of Subjectivity Body Aesthetics Outline”, Hebei Academic Journal, 2009(3).

Xiangzhan, Cheng. “Somaesthetics and Aesthetic Activities in Daily Life: Speaking from Shusterman’s Somaesthetics,” Literary Debate (China), 2010.5.15, No.5, pp.55-58.

杨春时;刘连杰:《主体间性与“健全的身体美学”之建构》,《厦门大学学报》(哲学社会科学版), 2008年 03期.

Yan, Liu. 审美经验的复兴_理查德_舒斯特曼的实用主义美学观与通俗音乐 (The Renewal of Aesthetic Experience: Richard Shusterman’s Pragmatist Aesthetics and Popular Music). Journal of Music Research 1 (2012): 66-72.

 Yang Chun-shi; LIU Lian-jie,Intersubjectivity and Construction of "Sound SomaesthetIcs", Journal of Xiamen University (Arts & Social Sciences), 2008(3).


Yang Chun-shi, ”The Deconstruction of the Conflict between the Spirit Aesthetics and Somaesthetics,”Journal of Zhejiang Gongshang University, 2009(1).

杨春时,《超越意识美学与身体美学的对立》,《文艺研究》,2008年 05期.

Yang Chun-shi, “The Opposition between the beyond Spirit Aesthetics and Somaesthetics,” Literature & Art Studies, 2008(5).


Yang Chun-shi, “To Found a Well Somaesthetics,” Guangming Daily, 2008.7.15.(11).

Yang, Lu. “Toward a New Pragmatist Aesthetics? Shusterman’s Aesthetic Idea and Chinese Living Enthusiasm,” Literary Debate (China), 2010.5.15, No.5, pp.49-54.

张玉能:《人的自身生产与身体美学的建立》,《吉林大学社会科学学报》,2007年 03期.

Zhang Yu-neng, “Human Self-production and the Setting up of Body Aesthetics”, Jilin University Journal Social Sciences Edition, 2007(3).

赵文俊:《“身体美学”刍议》,《四川职业技术学院学报》, 2006年 04期.

Zhao Wen-jun, “On Somaesthetics,” Journal of Sichuan Vocational and Technical College, 2006(4).

朱媛:《试论身体美学的理论范式与研究意义》,《宝鸡文理学院学报》(社会科学版),2007年 01期.

ZHU Yuan, “Discussion of Body Aesthetics Theory Model and Research Significance,” Journal of Baoji University of Arts and Sciences (Social Science Edition), 2007 (1).

in Italian

Shusterman, Richard. Dopo l’Estetica. Ed. Luigi Ruso. Palermo: Centro Internazionale Studi di Estetica, 2010. Print.

___. Estetica Pragmatista. Trans. Teresa di Falco. Palermo: Aesthetica Edizione, 2010 (Italian trans. with new preface by the author).

___. “Narrazioni conclusive e nuove energie.” Dopo l’Estetica, (2011): 231-239.

Dreon, Roberta. Review of Estetica Pragmatista. Aisthesis Online, anno III, numero 1, 2011: 151-153.


in Japanese

Akiba, Fuminori. <醜>と<排除>の感性論-否定美の力学に関する基盤研究(“On Defending Procedures of Somaesthetics and Aesthetics of Senses as Aesthetics of Ugliness”). Bunri Usami (ed.). Reports of Grants-in-Aids for Scientific Research Project No. 17202004. (2007).

Higuchi, Satoshi “A Significance and Capability of “Somaesthetics” from the Viewpoint of Learning Theory – A Commentary on R. Shusterman’s Article –”

___.  “Shintai kanseiron to wa nanika (What is somaesthetics?)” and “Jissenteki shintai kanseiron no kyoikuteki kachi (Educational values of practical somaesthetics).”    Shintai Kyoiku no Shiso  (Thoughts of Body Education).  Japan, 2005.  149-163.

Shusterman, Richard. “Ethics, Aesthetics, and the Art of Living: Pragmatism and Somaesthetics.” Journal of Learning and Curriculum Development, Hiroshima 2 (2003): 47-53.

___.  “Somaesthetics and the Body Media Issue” (2003): Geijutsugaku Journal of the Science of Arts 7 (2003): 57-75.


in Polish

Budziak, Anna. “Antyesencjalizm nietekstowy. O filozofii Richarda Shustermana”  Er(r)go (2007): 9-23.

Dagmara, Jaszewska. “Granice ponowoczesnej esteyzzacji etyki. Uwagi o koncepcjach R. Shustermana  

            i W. Welscha.”  Wizje i re-wizje (2008): 827-839.

Dobrowolski, R. “O korygowaniu nawyków spontanicznego ciała (Dewey, Shusterman).” Fizjoterapia 19.1 (2011): 49-53.

Malecki, Wojciech. “Richard Shusterman vs. uniwersalizm hermeneutyczny” Er(r)go (2007): 47-57.

___. “O praktycznych aspektach estetyki Richarda Shustermana- szutka popularna i somatoestetyka.” Wizje i re-wizje (2008): 813-826.

Mitek-Dziemba, Alina. “Estetycznosc rozkowana. O probach demokratyzacji estetyki.” Wizje i re-wizje(2008): 799-812.

Shusterman, Richard. “Somaestetyka”, Biuletyn Polskiego Towarzystwa Estetycznego, 7:1 (2005): 1-2.

Shusterman, Richard and Wojciech Malecki. O stuze I życiu. Od poetyki hip-hopu do filozofii

            somatycznej. Wroclaw: Alta 2, 2007. (Collection of articles and interviews translated into Polish).

___.“Somatoestetyka i Druga pleć Pragmatystyczne odczytanie arcydzieła feminizmu.” Teksty Drugie  

            no 1/2 (2008): 173-205. Translated by Wojciech Małecki.

Shusterman Richard, Malecki, W. and Stankiewicz, S. Śwaladomość Ciała: Dociekania z Zakresu Somaestetyki. Trans. by Wojciech Małecki and S. Stankiewicz. Krakow: Universitas, 2010. (Translation of Body Consciousness)


in P ortuguese

Shusterman, Richard “Pensar Através do corpo, educar para as humanidades: um apelo para a soma-estética.”  Marte 3 ( 2008): 98-117. (Translation of Thinking Through the Body)

___. Consciência Corporal. Trans. Pedro Sette-Câmara. São Paulo, Brazil: E Realizacoes, 2012. (Translation of Body Consciousness).

___. “Arte E Religião.” Trans. Inês Lacerda Araújo. Revista Redescrições 3:3 (2012): 82-103.

Pichinine, Diana. “Resenha:  Consciência Corporal.”  Revista Redescrições 3:4 (2012): 75-86. (original: Body Consciousness: A Philosophy of Mindfulness and Somaesthetics”. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2008.)


in Korean

몸의 미학: 신체미학 - 솜에스테틱스 Trans. by Lee Hyijin. Seoul: Book Korea, 2010 (Translation of Body Consciousness with a special preface for the Korean edition).


in Spanish

Restrepo, Porfirio Cardona. “Más Allá de la Estética Analítica en elNeopragmatismo de Richard Shusterman” Escritos 16.36 (January- June 2008): 81.115.


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