(2002). The Aesthetics of Kant and Hegel.
In: Smith, Paul and Wilde, Carolyn eds.
A Companion to Art Theory.
Blackwell Companions in Cultural Studies (5).
Oxford, UK: Blackwell, pp. 127–138.
Through a comparative analysis of the aesthetics of Kant and Hegel this article seeks to clarify the key differences in their thought and to remove a number of widespread misconceptions, focussing in particular on the complex issue of formalism.
||The chapter in question is Chapter 10.
||Hegel; Kant; aesthetics; philosophy of art; formalism
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