Sztuka jako przedmiot konieczny filozofii w rozważaniach Georga Wilhelma Friedricha Hegla
xmlui.dri2xhtml.METS-1.0.item-citation: Annales Academiae Paedagogicae Cracoviensis. 53, Studia Philosophica 4 (2008), s. -144
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The article concerns the elementary question in Hegel’s philosophical system, i.e. art being present in the process of birth of a philosophical consciousness and philosophy itself. As a sign of human activity, art enables the achievement of absolute cognition (unity of thought and being). Progress is not only logical, but historical. The process of self-knowledge was two-aspectual, concerning direct perception and comprehension of reality and transcendence of the immediate contact with object. Hegel’s conceptual approach to art includes both art itself seen as evidence of absolute thinking and the possibility of transcending art as something different from thinking. The necessity of art results from the unity of philosophy being and the being of the subject of philosophy. In this understanding, Hegel treated art as one of possible ways of practising philosophy.