Dynamically Relate

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An interpretative turn
Inscribed articulation

As aesthetic form without reason, Kant promoted that perceptions of beauty must be free of concepts or any logical ideas. Along with this, he decided experiencing beauty is a type of mental action indifferent to desires and emotions. However, is it even possible totally to separate such thoughts from any aesthetic experience?

“For where anyone is conscious that his delight in an object is with him independent of interest, it is inevitable that he should look on the object as one containing a ground of delight for all.” – Immanuel Kant