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Ideas of Sebastian Gardner, by Text

[British, fl. 2000, Professor at University College, London University.]

1995 Aesthetics
Intro p.585 Aesthetics presupposes a distinctive sort of experience, and a unified essence for art
1.1 p.587 Aesthetic judgements necessarily require first-hand experience, unlike moral judgements
1.2.3 p.591 Aesthetic objectivists must explain pleasure being essential, but not in the object
2.2 p.602 Art works originate in the artist's mind, and appreciation is re-creating this mental object
1999 Kant and the Critique of Pure Reason
02 'Transc' p.45 Transcendental proofs derive necessities from possibilities (e.g. possibility of experiencing objects)
03 'Maths' p.58 Modern geoemtry is either 'pure' (and formal), or 'applied' (and a posteriori)
06 'Noumena' p.201 Leibnizian monads qualify as Kantian noumena
10 p.327 Only Kant and Hegel have united nature, morals, politics, aesthetics and religion
10 'immediate' p.330 Hamann, Herder and Jacobi were key opponents of the Enlightenment
10 Intro p.327 Kant halted rationalism, and forced empiricists to worry about foundations