Kant's Aesthetic Theory: An Introduction

Review of Metaphysics 46 (4):853-854 (1993)
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Abstract

Kemal's useful introduction is largely devoted to the first half of Kant's Critique of Judgment. It guides the reader through many of the topics which make up that philosopher's aesthetic theory. Among the matters not dealt with, or dealt with only in passing, are Kant's theory of the sublime, his conception of adherent beauty, and the question whether Kant does or can allow for ugliness, the opposite of beauty.

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