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  • 1. KANT The Objective Nature of the Subjective Experience of Beauty
  • 2. logic aesthetic
  • 3. Phenoumenal logic aesthetic
  • 4. Phenoumenal logic aesthetic concept intuition
  • 5. Phenoumenal logic aesthetic concept intuition object The analytic + the aesthetic constitutes an object. Both are needed, neither by itself is enough.
  • 6. Phenoumenal logic aesthetic concept intuition object Part of the concept of an object is that it is a thing in itself— a Ding an Sich that exists outside the phenoumenal, in the noumenal Ding an Sich concept intuition
  • 7. Phenoumenal logic aesthetic concept intuition object Noumenal Ding an Sich concept intuition Noumenal
  • 8. Phenoumenal logic aesthetic concept intuition object Noumenal Ding an Sich concept intuition In this technical sense judgements about beauty are intuitive, aesthetic, and non- conceptual Noumenal
  • 9. Phenoumenal logic aesthetic concept intuition object Noumenal Ding an Sich concept intuitionJudgements about facts, in contrast, are conceptual Noumenal
  • 10. Phenoumenal logic aesthetic concept intuition object Ding an Sich concept intuition Such judgements are objective in that they have four conceptual vectors: quality, quantity, relation, and modality Noumenal
  • 11. Phenoumenal logic aesthetic concept intuition object Noumenal Ding an Sich concept intuition Judgements about beauty have these four vectors but without conceptual or objective grounding Noumenal
  • 12. Definition of the Beautiful derived from the First Moment: Taste is the faculty of estimating an object or a mode of representation by means of a delight or aversion apart from any interest. The object of such a delight is called beautiful. FIRST MOMENT. Of the Judgement of Taste: Moment of Quality. The judgement of taste is aesthetic.
  • 13. Definition of the Beautiful drawn from the Second Moment: The beautiful is that which, apart from a concept, pleases universally. SECOND MOMENT. Of the Judgement of Taste: Moment of Quantity. The beautiful is that which, apart from concepts, is represented as the Object of a universal delight.
  • 14. Definition of the Beautiful drawn from the Third Moment: Beauty is the form of finality in an object, so far as perceived in it apart from the representation of an end. THIRD MOMENT. Of Judgements of Taste: Moment of the relation of the Ends brought under Review in such Judgements. Finality in general.
  • 15. Definition of the Beautiful drawn from the Fourth Moment: The beautiful is that which, apart from a concept, is cognized as object of a necessary delight. FOURTH MOMENT. Of the Judgement of Taste: Moment of the Modality of the Delight in the Object. Nature of the modality in a judgement of taste.
  • 16. QualityQuantity Ends Modality Necessary delight Free play Universal delight Aesthetics/ disinterested