Andrius Kulikauskas

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Creativity: Finding what to do with oneself (one's freedom) - why to do with oneself (one's freedom) - a purpose for one's freedom

Beauty: Disgust is impossible because there is no inside. Beauty: Perception that there is a Why.

Positive emotions distinguish between being in touch with and not being in touch with God.

Search for Why in the confines of this world.

Why is Nullsome - ambiguity in this world of that which is beyond this world True, direct, constant, significant Purposefulness

Reflect the purpose

Christopher Alexander's principles of life are rules for art


  • Purpose of art
  • Topologies
  • Principles of life
  • In mathematics
  • Critique of Judgment - 12 categories
  • Geometry of moods - 4 geometries
  • Relate to 2+3=5
  • Reasons why we ask questions


  • As the impossibility of disgust
  • In the sixsome

Critique of Judgment

Four reflective judgments - self-understandings of the limits of our imagination

  • the agreeable - sensory judgments - purely subjective
  • the beautiful - subjective universal - what people ought to believe - possession of a form of finality, designed with a purpose, although function may not be clear - if function is clear, then object must be well-suited
  • the sublime - subjective universal - what people ought to believe - beyond the limits of comprehension - worthy of fear
  • the good - judgments of conformance to a moral law - purely objective

Scopes of interpretation for purposes of understanding each other: four discourses:

  • whether: what it is, of itself: good or not
  • what: what it is to me, in particular: agreeable or not
  • how: what it is to people in general: beautiful or not
  • why: what it is to God: sublime or not

The faculty of interpreting suitableness, and its consequence, in interpreting purposiveness and beauty.

Aesthetic judgments of the beautiful: four moments:

  • 1) they are disinterested
  • 2) they are universal, expecting others to agree
  • 3) they are purposive, but without a definite purpose
  • 4) they are a necessary consequence of the constitution of the observer


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