The Lost Experience of Art


Aesthetics as the philosophy of art thus bears the idea alluded to by Hegel and developed by Croce, of a “death of art” in the modern universe. It is a symbolic death due to the development of a reasoning that separates the different spheres of our existence, distancing them from the “world of life” and rendering them increasingly abstract, giving rise to what Weber calls the “disenchantment of the world”.

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Baumgarten, Aesthetics, Philosophy of Art, End of Art

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