“What I really admire in this theory is the notion of a continuum of responses. He gives us the idea that, at the beginning, the sublime not so different from beauty. But eventually you arrive at what he calls ‘the full impression of the sublime.’ Unlike Longinus’s work, the book is not a treatise on the sublime. But it’s a really well-written section from one of the great stylists of German philosophy. To me, the intriguing idea is this notion of the continuum.” Read more...
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