Now that we have begun our work on Kant’s Critique of Judgment, we are beginning to understand what, for Kant, constitutes a judgment of the beautiful.
Focusing in on one moment in the judgment of the beautiful (of your choosing) select an image of art*** – it can be a painting, a sculpture, an installation, a film still, a short video, a piece of music, etc. – and make a case as to why the work of art you have selected could be declared to be beautiful by a judgment of taste (of course not everyone will concur, For Kant it is always a question of whether you, the one who presents the work, could demand that they ought to). Your response must:
- present a selected work of art that…
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