The Concept of the Aesthetics
Claudia Buda ()
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Claudia Buda: Mihai Eminescu National College, Baia Mare, Romania
RAIS Journal for Social Sciences, 2017, vol. 1, issue 1, 44-51
The concept of the aesthetics: I. Kant dived the kind of aesthetic response in response to beautiful and sublime. Kant thought that for aesthetic judgments to be both subjective and universal, they had to be about from. Beauty is always part of the aesthetic experience. Thus a work of art, or a beautiful natural object, displays a kind of free play of forms, consistent with the presence of a purpose to which we do not have access.
Keywords: beautiful; sublime; aesthetic; object; art; forms (search for similar items in EconPapers)
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