Values of beauty : historical essays in aesthetics / Paul Guyer.
- Guyer, Paul 1948-
- Cambridge : Cambridge University Press 2005
- Includes bibliographical references (p. 345-352) and index.
- The origins of modern aesthetics: 1711-1735 -- The standard of taste and the 'most ardent desire of society' -- The harmony of the faculties revisited -- Beauty and utility in eighteenth-century aesthetics -- Free and adherent beauty: a modest proposal -- Kant on the purity of the ugly -- Beauty, freedom, and morality: Kant's lectures on anthropology and the development of his aesthetic theory -- The ethical value of the aesthetic: Kant, Alison, and Santayana -- The symbols of freedom in Kant's aesthetics -- Exemplary originality: genius, universality, and individuality -- Pleasure and knowledge in Schopenhauer's aesthetics -- From Jupiter's eagle to Warhol's boxes: the concept of art from Kant to Danto -- The value of a theory of beauty: Mary Mothersill's beauty restored.
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