The last few decades have seen an increased interest in the aesthetics of German Idealism. In particular, this turning point in the history of philosophical reflection on beauty and art has been made fruitful for explorations of contemporary artistic practices. Above all, the recent scholarly debate on Hegel's philosophy has given new impetus to the reflection on art as a structural element of the self-understanding of the modern subject. At the same time, this "Hegel Renaissance" has opened the door to a broader reflection on the contribution made by the various representatives of Classical German philosophy to the theoretical understanding of aesthetic phenomena. This issue of Rivista di estetica aims to explore the Idealistic philosophy of art as a constellation of themes, problems and partly conflicting positions, rather than as a unified and closed theoretical model.
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