Liberal art: Art and education for citizenship in kant's critique of judgment
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Review of Politics
While most political theorists focus on the role of reflective judgment in Kant's Critique of Judgment, the political dimensions of art itself have been overlooked. Kant's treatment of art suggests a consistent political message: art, as an analogy, can teach basic values for citizenship. I examine his hierarchy of the arts, as well as his treatment of genius and taste, arguing that each is informed by Kant's belief in the heuristic capacity of art. Copyright Â© University of Notre Dame 2013.
(2013). Liberal art: Art and education for citizenship in kant's critique of judgment. Review of Politics, 75(1), 3–23.
Donath, Christian R.
"Liberal art: Art and education for citizenship in kant's critique of judgment." Review of Politics, vol. 75,no. 1, 2013, pp. 3–23.