Autonomy and Enlightenment
This chapter explains how Schiller reconciled two apparently conflicting requirements of art: aesthetic autonomy and moral relevance. It contends that Schiller not only gradually resolved the tension between these requirements, but that he did so in a perfectly coherent way. The stages in his attempt to resolve this conflict are surveyed.
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