International Association for Aesthetics (IAA)
Association internationale d'esthétique (AIE)
Internationale Vereinigung für Ästhetik
1984 Montréal QC Canada
1984, Montréal QC (Canada). Took over activities of H-XD4358 - International Committee for Aesthetics.
Give institutional recognition, world-wide, to aesthetics as a field of humanistic knowledge; encourage and promote inquiry in aesthetics; disseminate findings; expedite exchange between national societies of aesthetics; promote creation of national societies in countries where none are in existence; provide a forum for aestheticians who are not members of any national society.
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Executive Committee, comprising President, 1st and 2nd Vice-Presidents, Secretary General, Assistant Secretary General, 26 Delegates, 5 Delegates-at-Large, 1 ex-officio member, 4 Honorary Life Members, Newsletter Editor, Website Editor and Guardian of the Yearbook.
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