ON AESTHETICALLY QUALIFIED CHARACTERS AND THEIR MUTUAL INTERLACEMENTS

in Philosophia Reformata
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Discussions about the aesthetic relation frame (or modal aspect) are often focused on subject-object relations, on objects of arts, their production and their perception.1 A Christian philosophical anthropology emphasizes human subject-subject relations and human acts, including more than the production of artefacts. According to the philosophy of the cosmonomic idea, any kind of human act has an aesthetic aspect. Yet, I shall restrict myself to types of characters (or structures of individuality) that are aesthetically qualified. I shall discuss (1) characters of acts, which objects are not typically aesthetic; (2) characters of acts, which objects are aesthetically qualified; (3) characters of acts performed in subject-subject relations, and (4) characters of aesthetically qualified associations.

ON AESTHETICALLY QUALIFIED CHARACTERS AND THEIR MUTUAL INTERLACEMENTS

in Philosophia Reformata

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