He has published widely in journals such as the British Journal of Aesthetics, the Art Bulletin and the European Journal of Philosophy. His books include Aesthetics and Painting (Bloomsbury, 2008), an English edition of Johann Gottfried Herder’s Sculpture (University of Chicago Press, 2002) and, as co-editor, Art in Theory: 1648-1815 (Blackwell, 2000) and Art in Theory: 1815-1900 (Blackwell, 1998).
Jason’s principal research interests are in aesthetics and art theory from the mid-seventeenth century through to the present day with a special emphasis on theories of depiction and visual meaning. His current research focuses on three main areas: the normativity of aesthetic judgment, the cognitive value of images and other forms of visualization, and the mereological structure of pictures.
A list of his publications can be found at:
Available for DPhil supervision at the Ruskin.