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SCHILLERS CONCEPTION OF MORALITY
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aesthetic attitude aesthetic ideas aesthetic judgement aesthetic relations Aesthetik ambiguity analogy appears artist aspects basic beauty become causal characteristic coherence concerned Critique of Judgement detachment discussion distinction distinguish E. H. Gombrich entertained experience external faculties Fiedler formulation freedom harmony Herbart Hildebrand human ibid ideal imagination inhibition and fusion interaction of presentations interest intersubjective Introd involves judgement of taste Kant Kant's kind knowledge language Leibniz logical manifold material ment mental mind moral multiplicity nature notion object of perception objectification ourselves painting particular perceive philosophical Piero della Francesca position principle of sufficient psychological pure judgement qualities rational reciprocal inhibition regard retinal disparity Robert Zimmermann Roger Fry satisfaction Schiller Schopenhauer Schopenhauer's sense sensory sensuous simply spontaneity Steinthal subject-matter sufficient reason suggests talk theory things thought tion Ueber unified unity vision visual arts visual perception