The Kantian sublime: from morality to art

New York: Oxford University Press (1989)
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Kant's Critical Ethics and the Sublime

Outlines Kant's basic epistemological position and also that of his moral philosophy. Attention is then paid to the way in which the sublime functions—via the notion of respect—in this philosophy. It is seen that, for Kant, the moral law is that which is most worthy of respect, and which i... see more

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