The sublime and its teleology : Kant, German idealism, phenomenology

edited by Donald Loose

What are we talking about when we qualify something as sublime? Is it just a qualification of the beautiful in its most touching degree? Is it a qualification of something ouside there anyway? Is it a feeling or a reflecting judgment on aesthetic appreciation? And can we reduce the sublime to the aesthetic? The authors of this book all take the analysis of Kant in "Critique of the Power of Judgment" as their primary reference. The argument of this book however is to show in what way the Kantian legacy on this topic is still a main stream of inspiration for contemporary thinking, whether in line with Kant or overcoming his primary impetus for modern philosophy of freedom in a critical reception.

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  • Contributors include: Donald Loose, Herman van Erp, Birgit Recki, Arthur Kok, Christian Krijnen, Paul Cobben, Jacob Rogozinski, Simon Critchley, Frans van Peperstraten and Ruud Welten.

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書名 The sublime and its teleology : Kant, German idealism, phenomenology
著作者等 Loose Donald
シリーズ名 Critical studies in German idealism
出版元 Brill
刊行年月 2011
ページ数 vi, 230 p.
大きさ 25 cm
ISBN 9789004218192
NCID BB08285277
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言語 英語
出版国 オランダ