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    Atmospheres and Lived Space.Tonino Griffero - 2014 - Studia Phaenomenologica 14:29-51.
    Through an atmospherological approach, primarily inspired by the Aisthetik and the New Phenomenology, the paper investigates the relationship between atmosphere and lived space, defines what kind of perception the atmospheric one is and examines the space we experience in the lifeworld and to which plane geometry turns out to be completely blind. Sketching briefly the history of lived space, we assume that atmospheres function as affordances that permeate the lived space, i.e. as ecological invites or meanings that are ontologically rooted (...)
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    Felt-Bodily Resonances: Towards a Pathic Aesthetics.Tonino Griffero - 2017 - Yearbook for Eastern and Western Philosophy 2017 (2):149-164.
    Moving from a phenomenological theory of the lived body, the text outlines its constitutive role in human experience but especially in aesthetic perception. Against every reductionist and introjectionist objectification of the lived experience, every explanatory hypothesis of associationist and projectivist type, a pathic aesthetics ‒ that emphasizes the affective involvement that the perceiver feels unable to critically react to or mitigate the intrusiveness of ‒ is an adequate investigation of the felt body as sounding board of outside atmospheres and Stimmungen. (...)
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  3. Atmosfericità.“Prima impressione” e spazi emozionali.Tonino Griffero - 2009 - Aisthesis: Pratiche, Linguaggi E Saperi Dell’Estetico 2 (1).
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    Weak monstrosity. Schelling’s uncanny and atmospheres of uncanniness.Tonino Griffero - 2021 - Studi di Estetica 20.
    This paper aims to examine the very unstable concept of the “uncanny” from an atmospherological point of view. Its official theoretical “sanction” is due to Heidegger, who considered it the latent but fundamental ground of any being-in-the-world, and especially to Freud, who described it as the feeling that arises when something familiar suddenly becomes unfamiliar. Freud claimed to be inspired in this conception by Schelling's definition of unheimlich, which I try to explain to better understand what an uncanny atmosphere is. (...)
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  5. Ritual as Compensation for Human Deficit and Counterpart of a Hyper-Idealized Image of Inwardness.Tonino Griffero - 2010 - Philosophy and Social Criticism 36 (1):53-56.
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    Well-being as a Collective Atmosphere.Tonino Griffero - 2020 - Lebenswelt. Aesthetics and Philosophy of Experience 15:46-77.
    A neo-phenomenological and atmospherological approach, mainly based on a first-person perspective, seems perfectly entitled to consider subjective and collective well-being as the starting point for a philosophical reflection. The question is, however, whether and how well-being, also as an atmosphere, can be really investigated and verified. The paper examines many traditional roblems hindering the research and suggests to analyze well-being from a pathic-atmospheric point of view. It therefore focuses especially on the idea of “flow”, wonders how much our well-being depends (...)
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  7. Quasi-cose che spariscono e ritornano, senza che però si possa domandare dove siano state nel frattempo: Appunti per un'estetica-ontologia delle atmosfere.Tonino Griffero - 2006 - Rivista di Estetica 46 (33):45-68.
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  8. Atmosfere.Tonino Griffero, Antonio Somaini, Gemot Bohme, Hermann Schmitz, Elio Franzini, Ken-Ichi Sasaki, Jürgen Hasse & Barbara Carnevali - 2006 - Rivista di Estetica 46 (33).
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    Atmosphere and Aesthetics: A Plural Perspective.Tonino Griffero & Marco Tedeschini (eds.) - 2019 - Springer Verlag.
    This book provides a presentation of the concept of “atmosphere” in the realm of aesthetics. An “atmosphere” is meant to be an emotional space. Such idea of “atmosphere” has been more and more subsumed by human and social sciences in the last twenty years, thereby becoming a technical notion. In many fields of the Humanities, affective life has been reassessed as a proper tool to understand the human being, and is now considered crucial. In this context, the link between atmospheres (...)
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  10. Cose da credere e da non credere. Invece di una introduzione: Che fine ha fatto la cruentatio cadaverum?Tonino Griffero - 2002 - Rivista di Estetica 42 (19):3-10.
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  11. Corpi virtuali.Tonino Griffero - 2004 - Rivista di Estetica 44 (27):13-188.
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  12. Essere senza poter essere. Spunti ontologici nellultimo Schelling.Tonino Griffero - 2003 - Rivista di Estetica 43 (22):71-84.
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  13. Gestimmt sein: Zwischen Resonanz und Responsivität.Tonino Griffero - 2021 - Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie 69 (5):691-719.
    The boom in new theories of resonance is most certainly due to an intellectual atmosphere closely linked to the so-called “affective turn” in the humanities. The paper compares some theories of resonance or responsivity such as Thomas Fuchs’ phenomenological-psychopathological analysis of resonance and Bernhard Waldenfels’ phenomenology of responsivity with a sociological research on resonance by which Hartmut Rosa aims at contrasting the capitalist dictatorship of the growth-acceleration-innovation triad and the resulting loss of bodily resonance in the modern age, and above (...)
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  14. Quasi-Cose: La Realtà Dei Sentimenti.Tonino Griffero - 2013 - B. Mondadori.
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    I sensi di Adamo: Appunti estetico-teosofici sulla corporeità spirituale.Tonino Griffero - 1999 - Rivista di Estetica 41 (12):119-225.
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    There Are More Things in (Life) World…: Pathic Aesthetics, Atmospheres and Quasi-Things.Tonino Griffero - 2019 - Yearbook for Eastern and Western Philosophy 2018 (3):135-151.
    Through an approach primarily inspired by the Aisthetik and the Neue Phänomenologie I define the atmospheric perception as the first pathic impression and investigate the relationship between this kind of perception and the expressive qualities of our lifeworld. Pathic aesthetics therefore ceases to be just a theory of works of art. It considers the perceiver as a being first of all emotionally and felt-bodily touched by atmospheric feelings widespread in her space but these atmospheric feelings are also affordances, ontologically rooted (...)
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  17. Immagini contagiose: Malattia e cure magnetiche nella philosophia per ignem di Johann Baptist van Helmont.Tonino Bernardo Griffero - 2000 - Rivista di Estetica 40 (15):19-45.
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  18. Sensorium dei: Variazioni sul tema della spazialità divina (Schelling, Oetinger, Newton, Leibniz/Clarke, More/Descartes).Tonino Bernardo Griffero - 1999 - Rivista di Estetica 39 (10):69-107.
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  19. La Tinktur come corpo spirituale: l'estetica teosofica di Friedrich Christoph Oetinger.Tonino Griffero - 2001 - Rivista di Estetica 41 (18):54-69.
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    Pathicity: Experiencing the World in an Atmospheric Way.Tonino Griffero - 2019 - Open Philosophy 2 (1):414-427.
    Is there really an atmospheric turn? The concept of “atmosphere” as a qualitative-emotional prius of sensory experience seems today to have encouraged the convergence of many interdisciplinary studies focused on the qualitative aspects of our “surroundings”. Based on the neo-phenomenological theory of atmospheric perception as a first pathivc impression and a felt-bodily communication, this paper explores and synthesises the relationship between atmospheres and expressive qualities. It thus clarifies the key features of a general “pathic” aesthetics. It considers perceivers as beings (...)
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