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- 2Immanuel Kant
- 1Alexander Gottlieb Baumgarten
- 1Art Criticism
- 1Christian Wolff
- 1Coercive Enforceability
My dissertation explores the role of art criticism within Immanuel Kant’s aesthetic theory and its relevance for the particularism-generalism debate in contemporary aesthetics. In doing so, it provides a Kantian answer to the meta-critical question that generated the particularism-generalism...
In John Rawls's liberal theory called “Justice as Fairness,” citizens are conceived as reasonable and rational, and this conception of citizenship forms the basis for constructing principles of justice. Rawls notes that it is unclear how his theory of justice is to apply to entities other than...