Alfred Baeumler: per un’estetica dell’individualità

Giuseppe D’Acunto

Abstract


This paper, accompanying Baeumler’s 1922 essay on Croce, illustrates the German philosopher’s thesis that modern thought on beauty does lead to aesthetics only when, with Kant, it acquires a notion of taste, understood as the sensible manifestation of the concrete individuality of man.


Keywords


Thought of totality; irrationalism; historicity; concreteness

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.13128/Aisthesis-22405



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