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Hemdat’s Ph.D. project offers a re-examination of the concept of aesthetic autonomy. Aesthetic autonomy is conventionally understood as an amoral, apolitical stance. Her thesis addresses the overlooked ethical aspects of aesthetic autonomy both conceptually and historically. By analyzing the works and debates of modern artists and critics in the 1930s and their differing interpretations of artistic freedom, it aims to show the interrelatedness of aesthetic autonomy to personal, social, or national freedom.


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