The next development in the history of knowledge about the arts which Heidegger discusses in his "Six Basic Developments in the History of Aesthetics" coincides with the formation of modern aesthetics. This development again did not originate immediately from art and from reflections on art. Rather it involves our entire modern history and coincides with the beginning of the modern age.
Kockelmans, J. (1985). Modern aesthetics, in Heidegger on art and art works, Dordrecht, Springer, pp. 23-34.
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