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Kant

  1. 1. KANT The Objective Nature of the Subjective Experience of Beauty
  2. 2. logic aesthetic
  3. 3. Phenoumenal logic aesthetic
  4. 4. Phenoumenal logic aesthetic concept intuition
  5. 5. Phenoumenal logic aesthetic concept intuition object The analytic + the aesthetic constitutes an object. Both are needed, neither by itself is enough.
  6. 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. 7. Phenoumenal logic aesthetic concept intuition object Noumenal Ding an Sich concept intuition Noumenal
  8. 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. 9. Phenoumenal logic aesthetic concept intuition object Noumenal Ding an Sich concept intuitionJudgements about facts, in contrast, are conceptual Noumenal
  10. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 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. 16. QualityQuantity Ends Modality Necessary delight Free play Universal delight Aesthetics/ disinterested

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