Kant-Studien 89 (1) (1998)
|Abstract||The work aims at describing Kant's concept of poetry in the context of his opinions on language expressed both in the Critique of Judgment and in the Critique of Pure Reason. The analysis shows that Kant understood the relationship between language and concepts as closer than that between language and aesthetic ideas. Simultaneously he designated the aesthetic idea as nature of poetry (of fine arts generally). This enables to understand Kant's nonlinguistic characterization of poetry which veiled the difference between the successive linguistic expression of poetry and the coexistent expression of visual arts as identified by the aestheticians of the Enlightenment again|
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