By Martin Heidegger
Martin Heidegger y Eduardo Chillida se conocieron en uno de los habituales encuentros entre escritores,pensadores y artistas organizados por l. a. célebre galería Erker de St. Gallen en Suiza. Fruto de este encuentro, nació una amistad intelectual entre los dos genios que desembocó en colaboración artística. Este breve ensayo de Heidegger apareció en el otoño de 1969 en una edición limitada de one hundred fifty ejemplares para bibliófilos.
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This means that Adorno’s aesthetic theory becomes a historically inflected theory of rationality applied to art. The dominant reading of Adorno’s theory is to see it as a means to rescue modern art through the use of determinate negation, which establishes art as a critical counterpoint to social reification. Going against this reading, I explore Adorno’s abandonment of this position in some sections of Aesthetic Theory. This reading is uncomfortable because it threatens the very 22 The Fleeting Promise of Art concept of a meaningful function of art that philosophy is able to elucidate.
In chapter 1 I explore Adorno’s encounter with Kant’s Third Critique, which is reflected both in his repeated lecture courses on aesthetics and in Aesthetic Theory. Yet Adorno’s interest in the Critique of Judgment cannot be isolated from his persistent return to Kant after World War II. While it would be misleading to think of Adorno as a Kantian (in fact, he keeps his distance from the neo-Kantians of the early twentieth century), he assigns Kant a crucial role, not only in the German intellectual tradition but in the development of modern thought tout court.
Briefly stated, Kant’s aesthetic judgment, insofar as it is characterized as disinterested pleasure, lacks the seriousness that autonomous art can claim. In the Third Critique there is no emphatic concept of truth content, which stands at the very center of Aesthetic Theory. Adorno does not consider as sufficient Kant’s attempts to create a link between the artwork and the moral sphere. In this respect he is much closer to Hegel’s notion of semblance. Still, for Adorno Kant’s theory is indispensable because it sets the standard for the analysis of aesthetic phenomena.
El arte y el espacio: Die Kunst und der Raum by Martin Heidegger