Belleza Libre Artística: soporte textual para una hipótesis

Translated title of the contribution: Free Artistic Beauty: textual support for an hypothesis

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Abstract

En este artículo examino el soporte textual para la hipótesis de que, dentro del marco de la teoría estética de Kant, la belleza artística no es necesariamente de tipo adherente –y puede ser, por consiguiente, de tipo libre.
Tal examen está dividido en dos partes: en la primera parte cito y reflexiono en base a pasajes de la Crítica del juicio que sugieren que la belleza artística no es necesariamente una belleza adherente.
En la segunda parte presento tres lecturas emprendidas por intérpretes de Kant que proponen, las primeras, que la belleza artística puede ser de tipo libre, mientras la última, que la belleza artística, si es de arte bello, del arte del genio que se trata, es una belleza libre.

In this paper, I survey the textual support for the hypothesis that, within the framework of Kant’s aesthetic theory, the beauty of art is not necessarily of an adherent kind – and hence that it can be of a free kind.
This survey is divided into two parts. In the first part, I list and elaborate on excerpts of the Critique of the Power of Judgment which suggest that artistic beauty is not necessarily of an adherent kind.
In the second part, I present three readings undertaken by interpreters of Kant, two of whom claim that the artistic beautiful might be of a free kind, and the last claims that the beauty of art (that is, the beauty of beautiful art as the art of genius) is free
Translated title of the contributionFree Artistic Beauty: textual support for an hypothesis
Original languageSpanish
Pages (from-to)389-402
Number of pages14
JournalCon-Textos Kantianos
Volume14
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2021

Keywords

  • Kant
  • Estética
  • Belleza
  • Arte
  • Belleza libre artística
  • Aesthetics
  • Free artistic beauty
  • ART Adherence

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