By Dennis Rothermel Silke Panse
A Critique of Judgment in movie and tv is a reaction to an important raise of judgment and judgmentalism in modern tv, movie, and social media by means of investigating the altering kinfolk among the aesthetics and ethics of judgment.
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Sensations are only had in front of the work, outside of which the subject remains. Aesthetics and life are separated. The life of the spectator is defined by looking at and being separate from art and nature. Subjective universality in the judgment of sensory taste The judge of taste must be disinterested in order to judge aesthetics properly. The beautiful is “an object of satisfaction without any interest” (2000, §6, 96). Beauty exists only in the distanced form of the represented object. The judgment of beauty is subjective, but claims universality, a subjective universality.
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