Hegel's Aesthetics, A Critical Exposition by John Steinfort Kedney

By John Steinfort Kedney

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Quot; A vague and Assuredly this looks like a declination to justif}7 a true taste for Beauty in general, making ing in an objective means of it purely subjective, want and having no sure criterion, rectification, while contending that this In exhibiting what can be done for works of Art. he makes out the Beautiful in nature to be, we shall see that he declines the fundamental question. With Hegel, the Beautiful is the Idea, but the Idea under a particular form. To define its essen nature he distinguishes between the primitive idea (Beynff) and the veritable idea (Idee).

In one aspect of his being identified with she, too, must be identified with him, must essential, nature, her. and be correspondent to his moral being, its If the conflicts, its fluctuations, and its changes. reflect physical universe is to be explained from the spirit and not the reverse, her development must fol ual, low his, her contradictions must be correspondent to grow out of them, and hence symbolize them to his, his imagination; beautiful, though for him and her. and she can be sublime perfect Beauty be the as well as ideal end Nature is not, then, always and everywhere beauti and her beauty admits of degrees of more or ful, less as truly as man s actual nearness to the ideal of moral perfection admits of degrees of more or less.

33 same time there appears a connection a unity entirely external, which in this diversity, interests us by its agreeable or imposing character. ] presents a character altogether special in its ability by the sympa to excite the sentiments of the soul thetic influence which it exercises upon us. Such is the effect produced by the silence of the night, the calm of the valley, or the winding of the brook, the sublime aspect of the vast or tempestuous ocean, the imposing and mute grandeur of the starry heavens.

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