Gustav Gustavovich Špet (1879–1937)
The term “phenomenological aesthetics” was never used by Špet. Yet his approach to aesthetic problems must be defined as phenomenological. As both an analysis of his published works and a historical reconstruction of his manuscripts in the archive show, his treatment of consciousness remained phenomenological throughout his creative work. It was particularly so in his hermeneutical turn toward objects of the cultural sciences, such as linguistics, history, philology, psychology, and aesthetics.
KeywordsCultural Science Aesthetic Problem Aesthetic Sense Verbal Structure Aesthetic Object
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