We are glad to give notice of the release of the new issue of «Rivista di Estetica» (n. 81, 3/2022) The Aesthetics of Idealism edited by Giovanna Pinna, Serena Feloj and Robert Clewis.
From the publisher’s website:
The last few decades have been characterized by an increasing interest in the aesthetics of German Idealism. In particular the recent scholarly debate on Hegel’s philosophy has given new impetus to the reflection on art as a structural element of the self understanding of the modern subject. At the same time, this Hegel Renaissance has opened the door for a more nuanced comprehension of Idealistic aesthetics. This issue of Rivista di estetica aims to explore the Idealistic philosophy of art as a constellation of themes, problems and partly conflicting positions, rather than as a unified and closed theoretical model.
The Table of Contents is available here:
Robert R. Clewis, Serena Feloj, Giovanna Pinna, Preface
Giovanna Pinna, The Aesthetics of Idealism. Facets and Relevance of a Theoretical Paradigm. Introduction
Andrea Mecacci, Aorgico. Il sublime dialettico di Hölderlin
David Alvarado-Archila, Friedrich Hölderlin’s Die Bedeutung der Tragödien: Paradox as the Foundation of Tragedy
Marta Vero, Hölderlin’s Theory of (Aesthetic) Production
Francesco Campana, Hegel’s Conception of the Relationship between Poetry and History
Davide Mogetta, A Life Extreme. Life and Ideal in Hegel’s Aestethic Paradigm
Paolo D’Angelo, Arte e società nell’estetica dell’idealismo italiano
Mario Farina, The Social Character of Literature: Adorno the Legacy of the Aesthetics of German Idealism
Pio Colonnello, Rileggendo i Canti Orfici. L’ombra di Nietzsche