Yūgen and Iki, the radical beauty of women: a psychoanalytic perspective (part 1)



This short article is written as a sort of response to, or even better, as a sort of thanks for the two-day Japanese event that was held in Bruges. This event made me realize once again – the first time was in Osaka, the value of the Japanese aesthetic categories, but only if they’re read subjective – as there is no objectivity when it comes to aesthetics as it is discourse that conditions aesthetics.

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