Read: Hegel, selections from Lectures on Aesthetics Explain in detail why Hegel believes that nature cannot be considered beautiful properly speaking. How does this claim relate to the relationship between what he calls the Concept and the Idea, their difference (in meaning) and their unity in beauty? What does it mean to say that the beautiful is the particular as Idea in a determinate form (p. 106)? How is the true distinct from the beautiful (despite their proximity)?
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