Sublime Bigness. An aesthetic dissertation on contemporary architecture
The idea of the sublime, since antiquity, has always represented the intimate desire of human beings to elevate their spirit above the immanence. Some products of contemporary architecture, which often are emblems of Bigness, could be possibly enclosed in the category of sublime objects. Along Kant’s renowned Analytic of the sublime, the aim of this article is to analyse a possible aesthetic experience of these buildings, recovering and reestablishing the existential and aesthetic issues connected to the sublime.
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