Reference : Ästhetische Erfahrung : Eine Diskursanalyse
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Ästhetische Erfahrung : Eine Diskursanalyse
[en] Aesthetic Experience : A Discourse Analysis
Lehmann, Harry mailto [University of Luxembourg > Faculty of Humanities, Education and Social Sciences (FHSE) > Department of Humanities (DHUM) >]
W. Fink
[en] aesthetic experience ; AI aesthetics ; discourse analysis ; art and society ; Critique of Judgment ; analytical aesthetics
[en] For almost half a century, theories of aesthetic experience have determined the discourse on aesthetics in Germany. In his discourse analysis, Harry Lehmann shows how this discussion defined its rules of discourse in distinction to Adorno's Aesthetic Theory and in recourse to Kant's Critique of Judgment. The author discusses how the most prominent aesthetics of experience have subsequently differentiated themselves within this given theoretical framework and how this discourse has finally begun to question its own constitutive premises. It is not only problematic that conceptual art, for example, is interpreted aesthetically in this discourse, but that these aesthetics of experience in principle lack the theoretical means to respond to the latest developments in neuroaesthetics and AI aesthetics. Lehmann therefore proposes an alternative model that no longer follows Kant's line of tradition and starts with a conceptual distinction between aesthetic and non-aesthetic phenomena, perceptions or judgments, but is based on a practice of perceptual comparisons whose factual and historical preconditions can be analyzed.
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