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" One must not be in the least prepossessed in favour of the real existence of the thing, but must preserve complete indifference in this respect, in order to play the part of judge in matters of taste. "
The Simplest of Signs: Victor Hugo and the Language of Images in France ... - Page 56
by Timothy Bell Raser - 2004 - 217 pages
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The Possessor and the Possessed: Handel, Mozart, Beethoven, and the Idea of ...

Peter Kivy, Professor of Philosophy Peter Kivy, Peter KY - Music - 2001 - 287 pages
...makes me dependent on the real existence of the object. . . . One must not be in the least predisposed in favour of the real existence of the thing, but...respect in order to play the part of judge in matters of taste.6 Kant thinks of the beautiful, quite naturally, as a source of pleasure or delight. And having...
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Narrating Community After Kant: Schiller, Goethe, and Hölderlin

Karin Lynn Schutjer - Literary Criticism - 2001 - 272 pages
...moral sense: "One must not be in the least prepossessed in favor of the real existence of the object but must preserve complete indifference in this respect,...order to play the part of judge in matters of taste" (Man muB nicht im mindesten fur die Existenz der Sache eingenommen, sondern in diesem Betracht ganz...
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Artistic Detachment in Japan and the West: Psychic Distance in Comparative ...

Steve Odin - Philosophy - 2001 - 304 pages
...slighrest inrerest is very partial and not a pure judgement of tasre. One must . . . preserve complere indifference in this respect, in order to play the part of judge in matrets of tasre. This ptoposition, which is of urmost importance, cannot be betrer explained than...
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Venus in Exile: The Rejection of Beauty in Twentieth-Century Art

Wendy Steiner - Art - 2002 - 280 pages
...all men."'8 Further, it is definitionally unconcerned with the actuality of the subjects represented: "One must not be in the least prepossessed in favour...respect, in order to play the part of judge in matters of taste."'9 As a result, for Kant taste is the only experience of pleasure that is free, and hence it...
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The Colonizing Trick: National Culture and Imperial Citizenship in Early America

David Kazanjian - Social Science - 2003 - 311 pages
...beautiful which is tinged with the slightest interest, is very partial and not a pure judgement of taste. One must not be in the least prepossessed in favour...order to play the part of judge in matters of taste. (43) Aesthetic judgment thus formalizes a specific object of aesthetic production in order for that...
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In The Break: The Aesthetics Of The Black Radical Tradition

Fred Moten - Music - 2003 - 332 pages
...beautiful which is tinged with the slightest interest, is very partial and not a pure judgment of taste. One must not be in the least prepossessed in favour of the real existence of the thing [Existenz der Sache], but must preserve complete indifference in this respect, in order to play the...
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German Aesthetic

...interest, is very partial and not a pure judgement of taste. One must not be in the least prepossessed of the real existence of the thing, but must preserve...play the part of judge in matters of taste. [Kant goes on to distinguish "the beautiful" from two other forms of the relation of representations to pleasure...
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