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Revista de Estudios Sociales

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AMAYA-VILLARREAL, Ana María. Freedom between the Visible and the Invisible: Boundaries and Potential of the Kantian Sublime. rev.estud.soc. [online]. 2009, n.34, pp.33-45. ISSN 0123-885X.

The following essay is a view of the Kantian refection on the sublime in light of an interpretation that understands the Critique of Judgement as a project that is born from a concern for the relationship that appears within the sensible and suprasensible dimension of the human being. Influenced by the view presented by Lyotard in Lessons on the analytics of the sublime, I explore some of the consequences brought on for the comprehension of Kantian morality and freedom by its contact with the category of the sublime.

Keywords : Aesthetic Judgment; Sublime; Kant; Practical Reason; Freedom.

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