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Boletín de Estética

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DESIDERI, Fabrizio. Aesthetic Schemes: Aura and “Family Resemblance”. Bol. estét. [online]. 2021, n.54, pp.1-10. ISSN 2408-4417.

In the scenes of joint attention experienced in early childhood, the emotional exchange with the adult produces an attentional tuning (recognizing that the other person directs her attention to a particular object) as well as an intentional tuning (the ability to recognize the other person’s invitation to share the attentional experience). Between the pairing of attention and the emergence of a cooperative intentionality arises the possibility of an autonomic space for conceptualizing proto-aesthetic experiences. In such context, this article argues that the knowledge of the world,because of the cognitive-perceptive attention that flourishes from contexts of joint attention, is carried out in virtue of an aesthetic “family resemblance” or an aesthetic “aura”. In order to enquire the possibility of an aesthetic specificity of these proto-experiences, the line of reasoning is based in the modulations of the notion of “scheme” in Immanuel Kant’s thoughts, Frederic Bartlett and Marvin Minsky.

Palabras clave : Aesthetic Experience; Affective Tuning; Intentional Tuning; Scheme-Image; FrameTheory.

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