Analogies of the aesthetic: the politics of culture and the limits of materialist aesthetics

New Formations - ISSN 0950-2378
Volume 1990 Number 10

Analogies of the aesthetic: the politics of culture and the limits of materialist aesthetics
David Lloyd, pages -

Abstract

Lloyd considers various aesthetic and political issues, such as Kant’s notions of the aesthetic sphere, the relationship between economics and aesthetics and the dynamic between the individual and the state. His analysis touches on Tom Paine’s The Rights of Man, on the works of Schiller, and on Kant’s ideas about the ethical function of the sublime.

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David Lloyd (1990) Analogies of the aesthetic: the politics of culture and the limits of materialist aesthetics, New Formations, 1990(10), -

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