Hegel’s Aesthetics: A Critical Exposition

The Aesthetics of Hegel is a voluminous treatise, and more easy of comprehension than any other of his works. Its appearance began a new era in art criticism, and it has been the mine from which many subsequent writers have drawn their treasures. To read it intelligently will open new vistas and make possible new enjoyment for any cultured reader. The object of the present book is, without transferring its multitudinous details, or giving what can be readily found elsewhere, to reproduce” its essential thought, especially from the philosophic standpoint. Some endeavor to master the key, viz., Hegel’s philosophy of the Idea, is needful for its complete application in following his treatment of the several arts…

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