ABSTRACT. The theory that I shall seek to elaborate here puts considerable emphasis on Kant’s theory of the judgment of taste, his conception of aesthetic judgment, his claims for the apriority of mathematics, and his concept of the sublime. The paper generates insights about Kant’s conception of fine art, his account of the dynamical sublime, his association of judgments of taste with a faculty of judgment intermediate between understanding and reason, and his concept of purposiveness without purpose. pp. 180–185

Keywords: Kant, moral philosophy, Gerard, Socrates, Smith

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