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2015 | Tom: 5 | Numer: 2 | 329-335
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Introduction to the issue

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329-335
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2015
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  • Uniwersytet Śląski w Katowicach
References
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  • Olsen, D. J. (1986). The city as a work of art: London, Paris, Vienna. New Haven–London: Yale University Press.
  • Sepänmaa, Y. (2003). Multi‑sensoriness and the city. In: V. Sarapik & K. Tuur (Eds.) Proceedings of the Estonian Academy of Arts ‘Place and location: Studies in environmental aesthetics and semiotics’ (pp. 75–85; vol. 3). Tallinn: Estonian Academy of Arts and Estonian Semiotics Association.
  • Welsch, W. (1997). Aesthetics beyond aesthetics. In: M. Honkanen (Ed.). Proceeding of the XIIIth International Congress of Aesthetics, Lahti 1995 (pp. 18–37; vol. III: Practical aesthetics in practice and theory). Helsinki: University of Helsinki / Lahti Research and Training Centre. Retrieved from: http://www2.uni‑jena.de/welsch/papers/W_Welsch_Aesthetics_beyond_Aesthetics.html (10.02.2016).
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