Kant’s family ethics and philosophy of love. Part 2. Critique of Judgement
This paper deals with the forms of satisfaction in the Critique of Judgement — disinterested affection for a beautiful form in a pure feeling, vital love for something sensorily pleasant, rational respect for unconditioned good, and non-self-regarding love for humanity. A synthetic union of the above gives the conceptual key to the critical philosophy of love,...
Kant’s aesthetic theory in the light of H. G. Gadamer’s hermeneutic project
... between aesthetic judgment and cognition, whereas Gadamer defines art as a method of cognition, an event that can become genuine under the condition of maximum of understanding. The author analyses the key categories of aesthetics — taste, play, and the beautiful. It is concluded that Kant understands the category of play from the perspective of the subject, whereas Gadamer interprets it as an instance of movement, independent from the observer. The correlation between Kant’s aesthetic theory and the ...
The lexical unit beautiful as a means to express the axiological fragment of A. S. Pushkin’s world image
The poetry and plays of A.S. Pushkin serve as the material for identifying the lexical–semantic paradigm of means of explicating the idea of the beautiful in its external and eternal manifestations.
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The "aesthetic turn": from Kant and romanticism to modern philosophy
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philosophy of Romanticism, Kant's aesthetics, "aesthetic turn", "the sublime", "the beautiful", philosophy of art, philosophy of post-structuralism
Sidorov A. M.