Back in early 2020, the first covid lockdown in Greece found me reading the fragments of the presocratic Greek philosophers in combination with essays on the philosophy of art and … Continue reading How Did Hegel Interpret Heraclitus?
*cover photo: Ancient Rome, 1957, Giovanni Paolo Panini, Metropolitan Museum of Art. It should come across as paradoxical to even suggest that there are dead-ends in art. Artistic expression cannot … Continue reading Imitation in Art as a Dead-end: The reason Hegel would not Appreciate Zeuxis
Reading Hegel’s ” Aesthetics: Lectures on Fine Art”, it is difficult to remain indifferent towards the concept of the “end of art”. As is expected, this concept has been the … Continue reading The End of Art in Hegel’s Aesthetics