Symbol und Zeitlichkeit bei Schelling, Solger und Hegel

Abstract : Starting with Kant, the paper analyses the aesthetic and philosophical problem of the symbol in the philosophy of Schelling, Solger and Hegel. The problem consists in the necessity to understand in the work of art at the same time both the immanent manifestation of the idea and its transcendency of finite reality. The possibility to compare the three authors with one another lies in the relation between the absolute and temporal existence in the work of art. With Solger and Hegel temporal existence is set in the definition and the philosophical studies of art. Whereas with Schelling it is merely looked upon as the horizon of the sub specie aeternitatis defined philosophy of art. But Solger's idea of the in stantaneousness of the work of art comes from Schelling's premises. Thus it is opposed to Hegel's 'speculative' history of art.
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Mildred Galland-Szymkowiak. Symbol und Zeitlichkeit bei Schelling, Solger und Hegel. Philosophisches Jahrbuch, 2007, 2, pp.324-345. ⟨halshs-01009621⟩



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