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Against its own formalist premises, the wonderful conclusion of Paolo D’Angelo’s Estetica concedes precisely this point: “In the end, if the type of philosophy one choses depends on the type of person one is, even the art we choose depends in a strong measure from who we are” (208). As I see it, some cross-pollination between ‘formalist’ aesthetics and iconic theory is called for, in order to account for cases in which both (a) an object is felt to ‘hang together’ in a way that makes it intrinsically, non-reductively valuable; and (b) we feel that this object addresses us individually, raising questions in which we feel that the sense and direction of our lives is at stake.
Before Winckelmann, 6 The theological dimension of Figurative Theo-humanism is not a mere accident, I would argue. It indicates a) an awareness that aesthetics emerges out of the disenchantment that stripped religious images of their numinous aura; b) a willingness to see if—even deracinated from their original cultic context—these images could still be sites where the real and the transcendent intersected. In this respect, Figurative Theo-humanism shows that not all aesthetics is the return of a ghost theology disguised as a secular re-enchantment of images (see Preziosi and Farago 2012).
The formalist’s allergy toward the pleasant and lovable stems from his fear of a loss of the axiologically originary—it fears that if (say) a sculpted biceps or breast is appreciated as an imagined sexual object, the artwork’s perceived value becomes simply accidental—a mere reflection of our biological drives. To be sure, Formal aesthetics does not rule out descriptive beauty, provided it is completely transfigured into something evaluatively beautiful. e. the descriptive beauty of the artwork).