Philosophy Lexicon of Arguments

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Aesthetics: aesthetics is generally the doctrine of perception in the philosophical tradition. In the narrower sense it is the investigation of the question of why we find certain things beautiful or ugly. Here, historical changes as well as cultural differences are taken into account. In modernity, the question of the enlightenment effect and the social power of works of art has also become relevant. See also art, works of art, beauty, perception, society, autonomy, recognition.

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Norbert Bolz, Willem van Reijen, Walter Benjamin Frankfurt 1991

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Aesthetics/Benjamin: Benjamin announces its claim in the concept of criticism. Especially through romantic Kant-reception with Friedrich Schlegel.
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History/Benjamin: History is interwoven with aesthetics in Benjamin.
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Aesthetics/Benjamin: asthetics becomes the new leading science as perception science. Objects: fashion, advertising, afichen (posters), architecture, everything becomes the decipherable picture. Liberation of the object from the aura.
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The key function ia assembly and image labeling. Extreme: the "literary spectrum of a photo in detail and the plan of structurality.


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