Cenni sulla centralità del pulchrum nell’intreccio dei trascendentali in Gadamer

Cenni sulla centralità del pulchrum nell’intreccio dei trascendentali in Gadamer
in Alfa Omega (19)
Cenni sulla centralità del pulchrum nell’intreccio dei trascendentali in Gadamer
Autore
Juan Gabriel Ascencio, L.C.
Casa Editrice
Ateneo Pontificio Regina Apostolorum
Città di pubblicazione
Roma
Anno di pubblicazione
2016
Volume
19
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pdf
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Articolo
Link
https://riviste.upra.org/index.php/ao/article/view/1282/956

Descrizione

This reflection takes its point of departure from the final part of Truth and Method, where Gadamer associates the transcendental notion of beauty, as it had been elaborated by Plato, with his universal hermeneutic. Beauty and goodness are shown to be united in Gadamer’s reflection on Philebo, thereby demonstrating, according to Gadamer, the ontological function of beauty as mediation between idea and phenomenon. In the end, this mediation makes it possible to establish an analogy between beauty and language in terms of their capacity for mediation: beauty is the mediation of the good, which in itself is inaccessible, in the same way that linguistic understanding is the mediation of the truth, which in itself is inaccessible. Consequently, Gadamer’s reflection on beauty appears to be united to that on the good and on truth.

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