Teologia e kantismo nell’estetica di Mariano Campo

Maria Antonietta Spinosa

Abstract


Through the analysis of Mariano Campo’s (1892-1976) published works and thanks to further insights offered by some unpublished manuscripts, the profile of a philosopher is outlined, whose main interest, throughout his academic and research activity, has been aesthetics. More specifically, Campo has focused on the centrality of feelings to human aesthetic experience: it is through feeling that we experience a transfiguration of reality, which happens paradigmatically when, in front of an artwork, we appreciate it as an integral whole, a totality.


Keywords


Totality; feeling; form; analogy; existence

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.13128/Aisthesis-22413



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