aesthetic judgment

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a more pluralistic approach to literary knowledge that takes account of the radically different temporalities in the genesis of literary form across different literary traditions, And which explores the different meanings of literature across varying historical and cultural contexts, Will reinvigorate the discipline of literary studies with new understandings of the capacity of critique, New views of the role of aesthetic judgment and its ontological foundations, And new ways of imagining the status of literaturepoetry in particularin the public sphere.
In striving towards "universal communicability" in the judgment of beautiful, there is no set of principles to subsume ones aesthetic judgment for universal validity.
He draws on Kant's idea of osubjective universalso to explain aesthetic judgment and solve the problem of legal judgment, which involves considering the virtues of rhetoric as the method by which judges can self-justify their decisions.
These results reinforce the ideas advocated by Soares and Bispo (2014), who in their theoretical article explain that organizational aesthetics presents itself as a valuable approach for understanding gastronomic organizations, since in these organizations the corporate day-to-day is marked by the constant use of taste, touch, smell, sight, hearing and aesthetic judgment.
The best use of an ukay-ukay store is as a testing ground for your aesthetic judgment.
Aesthetic judgment, for Kant, is just another proof for humanity's superiority (Uberlegenheit) over nature.
The effect of verbal instruction and artistic background on the aesthetic judgment of rectangles.
12) An epistemological question arises as to how the artist knows when to trust the aesthetic judgment of the invited critic.
Her proven, exceptional results and sound aesthetic judgment will provide patients with the latest and best plastic surgical care.
Kant calls an aesthetic judgment a "judgment of taste.
This paper investigates whether a reconstructed Humean theory of appreciation can secure the objectivity of aesthetic judgment.
Hudson approached art not from taste or preference but from aesthetic judgment.