56 – 2020
- Higgins: uniwersalia muzyczne
- Neuroestetyka vs estetyka empiryczna
- myślenie muzyczne i estetyczne emocje
At the peak of romanticism, Friedrich Schlegel claimed with irony: “What goes by the name of the philosophy of art usually lacks one of two things: philosophy – or art” (“In dem, was man Philosophie der Kunst nennt, fehlt gewöhnlich eins von beiden; entweder die Philosophie oder die Kunst.”) (Athenäums-Fragmente und andere Schriften, Kritische Fragmente, [Lyceums-Fragmente] 12, Leipzig 2018). The terms “philosophy” and “art” refer to two completely different aspects of reality (perhaps two different realities?) To concepts that enable thought, on the one hand, and on the other hand to sensory phenomena originating in the creative work of mankind – phenomena allowing us to feel, experience and imagine. However much we concede that philosophy itself contains a certain imaginative potential and includes some kind of experience and that art itself enables thought, still these two kinds of activity remain separate. They are connected but different.
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