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|Named Person:||Immanuel Kant; Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel; Arthur Schopenhauer; Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel; Immanuel Kant; Arthur Schopenhauer|
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|Notes:||Issued in 1936 as thesis, Columbia University.|
|Description:||219 pages 23 cm|
|Contents:||Introduction. German aesthetic tradition from Baumgarten to Kant, Hegel, and Schopenhauer ; The object of this essay --
Kant's aesthetic theory. The three critiques (the critique of judgment in the context of Kant's metaphysics) ; The four determinations of the beautiful (exposition and criticism) ; The sublime ; Schiller's aesthetic theory --
Hegel's aesthetic theory. Hegel's aesthetic in the context of his metaphysics ; The stages and types of art ; The death of art ; Hegel's theory of tragedy --
Schopenhauer's aesthetic theory. Schopenhauer's aesthetic in the context of his metaphysics ; Basic presuppositions of Schopenhauer's aesthetic ; The specific arts ; Relationship between Schopenhauer's aesthetic theory and his ethics and metaphysics.