Aesthetic and Moral Judgment: The Kantian Sublime in the "Observations", the "Remarks" , and the "Critique of Judgment"

Dissertation, Boston College (2003)

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Robert R. Clewis
Gwynedd Mercy University
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This study characterizes Kant's understanding of the relation between aesthetic and moral judgment by examining the concept of sublimity in three of Kant's texts: the Beobachtungen uber das Gefuhl des Schonen und Erhabenen , the Bemerkungen in den " Beobachtungen uber das Gefuhl des Schonen und Erhabenen" , and the Kritik der Urteilskraft . Part I examines aesthetic and moral judgment in the Observations and the Remarks; Part II characterizes Kant's account in the later or critical period; and Part III contains my English translation of the Remarks .
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