The Fate Of Art Aesthetic Alienation From Kant To Derrida And Adorno Literature And Philosophy Series Books Author J.M Bernstein Vinoschilenos.eu Aesthetic Alienation May Be Described As The Paradoxical Relationship Whereby Art And Truth Have Come To Be Divorced From One Another While Nonetheless Remaining Entwined J M Bernstein Not Only Finds The Separation Of Art And Truth Problematic, But Also Contends That We Continue To Experience Art As Sensuous And Particular, Thus Complicating And Challenging The Cultural Self Understanding Of Modernity.Bernstein Focuses On The Work Of Four Key Philosophers Kant, Heidegger, Derrida, And Adorno And Provides Powerful New Interpretations Of Their Views Bernstein Shows How Each Of The Three Post Kantian Aesthetics Its Concepts Of Judgment, Genius, And The Sublime To Construct A Philosophical Language That Can Criticize And Displace The Categorical Assumption Of Modernity He Also Examines In Detail Their Responses To Questions Concerning The Relations Among Art, Philosophy, And Politics In Modern Societies.
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- 224 pages
- The Fate of Art: Aesthetic Alienation from Kant to Derrida and Adorno (Literature and Philosophy Series)
- J.M. Bernstein
- 04 August 2019 J.M. Bernstein