The Kantian Sublime: From Morality to Art

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Index
Addison, Joseph 7 , 9 n. , 10 n. , 12 , 106 , 120
aesthetic 52 , 93
as a domain of experiences 139-51
empathy 158 , 168
estimate 87-90 , 92 , 93-5 , 99 , 108 , 146-9
idea 118 , 130-1 , 156-61
judgement (material kind) 52
judgement (pure) see judgement of taste
agreeableness 57 , 58 , 59
Analytic of the Beautiful 51-77
Analytic of the Sublime 78-135 , 152-63
Anthropology from a Pragmatic Point of View15 n. , 115
Antinomy of Taste69 , 73
a priori 16 , 22 , 24-6 , 32 , 50 , 60 , 77 , 98
apprehension 52 n. , 53 , 87-8 , 96 , 101-4 , 147 , 169-70 ; see also threefold synthesis
architectonics:
of critical philosophy 44
of Judgement, overall 68-9 , 76 , 83 , 92-3 , 119 , 121 , 124 , 131 , 133-5 , 174
art 78 , 143 , 145 , 152-63
agreeable 155 , 156
mechanical 155 , 156
fine 155-6see also aesthetic idea ; genius
artifactual sublime 152-4 , 162 , 163-5 , 167-8 , 173-4
artistic sublime 152-4 , 162 , 163-5 , 167-8 , 173-4
Axioms of Intuition 85
beauty 51-77
free and dependent 156-7
as a symbol of morality 69-76 , 83see also judgement of taste ; harmony of the faculties ; pleasure
Beck, L. W. 23 n.
Bernini, L.:
Vision of St Theresa154
Botticelli, S.:
Pietá161
Boulton, John 12
Burke, Edmund 7-8 , 11 , 14 , 109-10 , 120 , 122 , 134 , 148
Capital 163-4
Cassirer, H. W. 118-20
categories, the 16 , 17 , 30-1
causality: see natural causality ; supersensible causality
charm 59 , 81
cognition 16 , 57 , 62
subjective conditions of 52 n. , 53 , 56 , 59 , 61 , 62-5 , 67see also harmony of the faculties
cognitive sublime 162 , 163-5 , 166-7 , 173-4
Cohen, Ted I
Coleman, Francis I
common sense, the 61-9
comprehension 96 , 101-4 , 147 , 166-7 , 168-72 ; see also threefold synthesis
conceptualization, capacity for 55-6 , 140-1 , 158
constitutive principles 47 , 65-8 , 78
contemplation 43 , 150
Crawford, Donald 1 , 70-1
Critical philosophy 15-18 , 75 , 76 , 99
Critique of Aesthetic Judgement 41-108 , 152-62
Critique of Judgement, First Introduction 50
Critique of Practical Reason19-30 , 98 , 112 , 127
Critique of Pure Reason15-16 , 30-2 , 52-3 , 55 , 85 , 87-8 , 96 , 98
Critique of Teleological Judgement 42 , 44 , 51 , 63-4 , 116
Crowther, Paul 145
Deduction:
of judgements of taste 60-77
of judgements of sublimity 125-8 , 135
delight see pleasure

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