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  1. The Representation of an Action: Tragedy Between Kant and Hegel.Andrew Cooper - 2016 - European Journal of Philosophy 24 (4):573-594.
    Hegel's theory of tragedy has polarized critics. In the past, many philosophers have claimed that Hegel's theory of tragedy removes Kant's critical insights and returns to pre-critical metaphysics. More recently, several have argued that Hegel does not break faith with tragic experience but allows philosophy to be transformed by tragedy. In this paper I examine the strength of this revised position. First I show that it identifies Hegel's insightful critique of Kant's theoretical assumptions. Yet I then argue that it fails (...)
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  • Plasticity and Aesthetic Identity; or, Why We Need a Spinozist Aesthetics.Tom Sparrow - 2011 - Nordic Journal of Aesthetics 22 (40-41):53-74.
    This essay defends the view that, as embodied, our identities are necessarily dependent on the aesthetic environment. Toward this end, it examines the renewal of the concept of sensation (aisthesis) in phenomenology, but then concludes that the methodology and metaphysics of phenomenology must be abandoned in favor of an ontology that sees corporeal identity as generated by the materiality of aesthetic relations. It is suggested that such an ontology is available in the work of Spinoza, which helps break down the (...)
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