Sztuka jako święto w filozofii Hansa-Georga Gadamera
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The subject of this article is the idea of festival, which is one of the three aspects of the definition of the arts according to Hans-Georg Gadamer. The author of this paper describes Gadamer’s aesthetic theory, providing an overview of the central thesis of Gadamer’s notion of art as the experience of a festival, contained primarily in the essay, The Relevance of the Beautiful and in his major work, Truth and Method. This article consist of three parts which depict, consecutively, the temporality of the aesthetic, art and festival, and art as the experience of unity.
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