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Les Cahiers philosophiques de Strasbourg
Recently, there has been a growing interest in empirical approaches to aesthetic research questions involving neuroscientiic experiments (Chatterjee, 2013; Shimamura and Palmer, 2013; Tinto and Smith, 2014) . 1 If research questions are especially concerned with aesthetic experience, methodological considerations for empirical aesthetics deserve thorough discussion, taking into account the fact that it is insuicient to use measurement or observation methods from the thirdperson perspective todoi:10.4000/cps.446 fatcat:yqttrg3t4nhunc2vj5u3ckkd54