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VINOLO, Stéphane. WHAT DOES IT MATTER? JEAN-LUC MARION'S AESTHETICS. Escritos - Fac. Filos. Let. Univ. Pontif. Bolivar. [online]. 2017, vol.25, n.54, pp.197-220. ISSN 0120-1263.  http://dx.doi.org/10.18566/escr.v25n54.a09.

The article aims to present the distinction made by Jean-Luc Marion between common law and saturated phenomena, to introduce his paradigmatic view of art by presenting the idol as a saturated modality of phenomena, and to introduce the difference between constructed objects and constituted phenomena by a subject, which are determined as principle and basis. From this perspective, painting is considered as a phenomenic experience of anamorphosis in which the gaze of the spectator is submitted to the phenomenon, making possible the reception of what they want to see. The article also intends to reveal how within art, the process of visibility is presented as a construction of the phenomenon that takes place in what is invisible. Thus, it is shown how Jean-Luc Marion's thought concerning art enables to reach the core of his work, examining the ways in which the concepts of givenness and subject might be modified.

Keywords : Jean-Luc Marion; Aesthetics; Givenness; Idol; Subject.

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