Journal of the History of Philosophy 56 (4):762-763 (2018)

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Emine Hande Tuna
University of California, Santa Cruz
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Books on Kant's Critique of the Power of Judgment usually fall into one of the following sorts: introductions, in-depth companions, scholarly work offering specific interpretations of certain aspects of the book. Where does Michel Chaouli's book fit within this taxonomy? Reading the preface and the first few dozen pages, one gets the impression that it falls under the third rubric, aiming to defend a specific interpretation of Kant's aesthetic theory: in making a judgment of taste, our imagination is productive; it can make anything into an object of pleasure. According to Chaouli, the activity of making, as creative production, is also constitutive of aesthetic experience, and it demands...
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