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Paul de Man and Martin McQuillan

Print publication date: 2014

Print ISBN-13: 9780748641048

Published to Edinburgh Scholarship Online: September 2015

DOI: 10.3366/edinburgh/9780748641048.001.0001

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Seminar on “Aesthetic Theory from Kant to Hegel”. Yale University, Fall Semester, 1982

Seminar on “Aesthetic Theory from Kant to Hegel”. Yale University, Fall Semester, 1982

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(p.259) 26 Seminar on “Aesthetic Theory from Kant to Hegel”. Yale University, Fall Semester, 1982
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The Paul De Man Notebooks
Author(s):

Roger Blood

Cathy Caruth

Suzanne Roos

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Edinburgh University Press
DOI:10.3366/edinburgh/9780748641048.003.0027

This is a compilation of lecture notes by Roger Blood, Cathy Caruth and Suzanne Roos, who took Paul de Man's final seminar at Yale University entitled ‘Aesthetic Theory from Kant to Hegel’, a graduate course taught by de Man at Yale in Fall Semester, 1982. This graduate course is part of a cycle on aesthetic theory around Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel. Precursor courses include: ‘Hegel's Aesthetics’ and ‘Hegel and English Romanticism’. The seminar deals with the aesthetic as a philosophical category, the relationship of the category of the aesthetic to questions of epistemology in the existing general philosophical tradition, and the elements of critical philosophy, which involves a testing of a variety of categories against an epistemological truth and falsehood.

Keywords:   lecture notes, Paul de Man, seminar, Yale University, aesthetic theory, graduate course, Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, epistemology, critical philosophy

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