Heglowsko-platońskie inspiracje pierwszych polskich estetyków akademickich. Część pierwsza: Józef Kremer
Hegelian-Platonic Inspirations of the First Polish Academic Aestheticians. Part One: Józef Kremer
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In his monumental work Letters from Cracow, published since 1843, Józef Kremer, the first Polish academic aesthetician, propagated Hegelian aesthetics reinterpreted in Platonic and theistic terms. The work was the first consistent lecture on aesthetics in Polish. Like Hegel, Kremer supported academic art. He significantly influenced Lucjan Siemieński, the most eminent art critic of the age, who published his reviews in Cracow’s Czas magazine, as well as Henryk Struve, a philosopher and aesthetician of the younger generation, who in the 1870’s became the main authority on art and the evaluation of works of art, modern ones in particular.
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