Art and Perspicuous Vision in Wittgenstein’s Philosophical Reflection

Giuseppe Di Giacomo

Abstract


If today a decidedly analytical interpretation of Wittgenstein’s thought seems to be dominant in many ways, there are, in my opinion, countless reasons that lead instead to reintroduce the possibility, and even the opportunity, of a different reading: a proper philosophical-aesthetic reading – where “philosophical” is equivalent to “transcendental” in the Kantian sense – which certainly seems to me more productive in theoretical terms.

Keywords


Wittgenstein; Aesthetics; Art; Perspicuous vision; Transcendental

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.13128/Aisthesis-12844



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