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標題: 商品、美學、意識型態:康德美學初探
The Mask of Commodity, the Mask of Aesthetics: Ideology in/of Kant's Aesthetic Discourse
作者: 張持正
關鍵字: 商品;美學;意識型態
出版社: 臺中市:國立中興大學文學院
Project: 文史學報, Volume 29, Page(s) 183-196.
Kantian aesthetic discourse seems built exclusively on this exclusion of
the personal and the economical to ensure the collective-ness and
universality of the judgment made by the aesthetic subject, even though the
discourse clearly celebrates the genius, the free expressive self. My
thesis focuses on the excluded "interest" in the Kantian aesthetic
judgment. For me, there is something behind the insistence of
disinterestedness" of the aesthetic judgment. External forces symbolized
by the term-interest-seem to be an annoying part of the aesthetic. They
have to be exorcised. The purgation of "interest" has to be incessant so
much so that what interest symbolizes, i.e. the economical, seems to be the
essential part of aesthetic discourse. The thesis of this report is the
Kantian aesthetics is an ideological mask that tries to disguises the
uneasiness, the anxiety in the conflicts between cultural forces and
economic forces. Both forces are two sides of one coin-capitism.
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