Di Francesco Campana, Luca Illetterati

In: Hegel’s Philosophy of Art XLV , No. 1-2 ( 2016 )

Sezione Prefazione / Introduction

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Hegel’s Philosophy of Art has always attracted readers’ attention and generated countless debates. Since he gave his lectures in Berlin, his reflections on art garnered considerable interest amongst scholars of his work; the discussions about this part of the system would continue in the following decades as well, and its influence can be found in many theoretical perspectives on art during the 20th Century (Marxism, Critical theory, Structuralism, etc.). In the second half of this Century, and especially in the last few years, the interest in Hegel’s Philosophy of Art has acquired new impulse.