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  1. May 2015
    1. Aesth ē sis

      I'm very interested in pursuing this term further in the seminar. I'm especially interested in how Jacques Ranciere has engaged its pre-Kantian connotations. In short...post-Kant seems to emphasize/rely on a distance between a subject and object as a way to ascertain value (aesthetics). Aethesis in an Aristotelian sense might collapse that distance between subject/object...emphasizing sense in a productive way.

    2. “ An aesthetic rhetoric counts on, attends to, and takes into account the body and its senses; an epistemic rhetoric tries to bypass them but cannot.