The main aims of the present paper are a) the investigation of Hegel's persistent, vital engagement with the art and artists of his time, which matured his “concrete” Philosophy of Art; b) the consideration of Hegel’s Aesthetics as a scientific discipline; c) the exploration of the approximations and the resistances between Philosophy of Art and Art History, as well as the diverse constellation of art historians who have engaged with Hegel's Aesthetics: from his Berlin listeners to his most brilliant 20th- and 21st-century interpreters; d) the evaluation of resonances in the contemporary Artworld of themes and figures of Hegel’s Aesthetics and Philosophy, bringing about a dialogue between past and present.
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