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Hyperion is concerned with aesthetics, with the value of art and the ways in which it can be transformed and renewed. We are looking for applied criticism — philosophical essays that are evaluative of specific artists and specific works of art. Although broad aesthetic theorization should enter into the assessment of the artist and works under examination, we are not interested in purely abstract speculations. In addition, we are not looking for strictly art-historical or merely descriptive essays. 

What is of interest to us is a proposing of the worth, either intrinsic or conditional, of the art under consideration and the principles that underlie the estimation of value. Further, we are also concerned with the way in which discoveries in the sciences alter our understanding of and perception of reality and thereby the making of art, forcing us to consider whether the art of our time is congruent with such discoveries, or anachronistic.

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HYPERION 13-1

Vol. XIII, No. 1 | 2020

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HYPERION 12–1

Vol. XII, No. 1 | 2019

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HYPERION 11–1

Vol. XI, No. 1 | 2018

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ON MALLARMÉ: PART 2

Vol. 10, No. 1 | 2017

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ON MALLARMÉ: PART 1

Vol. IX, No. 3 | Winter 2015

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GELLU NAUM CENTENARY ISSUE

Vol. IX, No. 2 | Autumn 2015

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HYPERION 9–1

Vol. IX, No. 1 | Spring 2015

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HYPERION 8–2

Vol. VIII, No. 2 | Winter 2014

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HYPERION 8–1

Vol. VIII, No. 1 | SPRING 2014

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GHÉRASIM LUCA CENTENARY ISSUE

Vol. VII, No. 3 | October 2013

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MIKLÓS SZENTKUTHY SPECIAL ISSUE

Vol. VII, No. 2 | July 2013

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HYPERION 7–1

Vol. VII, No. 1 | January 2013

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HYPERION 6–2

Vol. VI, No. 2 | December 2011

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JAMES PURDY SPECIAL ISSUE

Vol. VI, No. 1 | March 2011

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ARTISTIC FREEDOM IN HUNGARY

Vol. VI, No. 0 | February 2011

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HYPERION 5–2

Vol. V, No. 2 | November 2010

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HYPERION 5–1

Vol. V, No. 1 | May 2010

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HYPERION 4–1

Vol. IV, No. 1 | April 2009

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HYPERION 3–4

Vol. III, No. 1 | December 2008

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HYPERION 3–3

Vol. III, No. 3 | June 2008

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HYPERION 3–2

Vol. III, No. 2 | April 2008

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HYPERION 3–1

Vol. III, No. 1 | February 2008

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HYPERION 2–4

Vol. II, No. 4 | December 2007

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HYPERION 2–3

Vol. II, No. 3 | October 2007

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HYPERION 2–2

Vol. II, No. 2 | June 2007

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HYPERION 2–1

Vol. II, No. 1 | February 2007

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HYPERION 1-4

Vol. I, No. 4 | December 2006

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HYPERION 1–3

Vol. I, No. 3 | October 2006

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HYPERION 1–2

Vol. I, No. 2 | August 2006

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HYPERION 1–1

Vol. I, No. 1 | May 2006