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Anti-Kantian Aesthetics

Peter Blouw

Published: 2010-03-19

This article traces the development of the field of aesthetics from the time of Kant to the present, focusing in particular on shifts away from universal judgments of beauty and shifts towards the consideration of aesthetic processes as opposed to aesthetic products.

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