The main purpose of this paper is to trace in Hegel's Berlin Lectures on the Philosophy of Art all those passages where Hegel refers more or less explicitly to Kant's aesthetic heritage, elaborates or refutes it, in order to go beyond it in a constant, often silent dialogue with Kant. Special consideration is given to the disinterested character of aesthetic experience, which Hegel adopted from Kant's aesthetic reflections, and to the interpretation of the sublime as a marginal phenomenon in an aesthetic edifice of thought such as Hegel's, in which the danger of the "bad infinity" arising from the Kantian "things in themselves" is to be banished at all costs.
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