Die Stimmung des Willens : Schillers ästhetischer Kompatibilismus

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Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie ; 69 (2021), 4. - pp. 529-552. - De Gruyter Akademie. - ISSN 0012-1045. - eISSN 2192-1482
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This paper reconstructs Friedrich Schiller’s aesthetics from a compatibilist point of view. I shall argue that it is Schiller’s conception of individual self-determination that motivates his aesthetic critique of Kant’s moral philosophy. Schiller conceives of aesthetic self-determination in terms of a compatibilism between reason and nature. As such, Schiller’s aesthetics can be interpreted as an ontological category. His concepts of love, play and the aesthetic state must therefore be understood in terms of volitional structures that describe human freedom in nature, history and society.
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Friedrich Schiller; freedom; autonomy; compatibilism; aesthetics
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ISO 690NOLLER, Jörg, 2021. Die Stimmung des Willens : Schillers ästhetischer Kompatibilismus. In: Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie. De Gruyter Akademie. 69(4), pp. 529-552. ISSN 0012-1045. eISSN 2192-1482. Available under: doi: 10.1515/dzph-2021-0047
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@article{Noller2021Stimm-58190,
  year={2021},
  doi={10.1515/dzph-2021-0047},
  title={Die Stimmung des Willens : Schillers ästhetischer Kompatibilismus},
  number={4},
  volume={69},
  issn={0012-1045},
  journal={Deutsche Zeitschrift für Philosophie},
  pages={529--552},
  author={Noller, Jörg}
}
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