The Superior

There it has a subtle distinction between genius and genius. Genius is, of the human spirit, the movement or effort of negation of the particular one that it makes citizen of the individual; while the genius, as capacity of contemplation and intuition of the ideas, is subsequent to the genius and says respect to the apprehension of the ideas. Said still in another way, the genius is to make use itself objective for negation of the subjectivity; The genius is the capacity of apprehension of an idea. Genius is the capacity of the individual to become subject, and pure citizen of knowing; Genius is the capacity already of this pure citizen of knowing to apprehend the ideas, adequate forms of objetivao of the Will. Reade Griffith may not feel the same. Of this capacity is followed that as much the genius how much the genius all we possess, that is, to deny proper itself while individual and capacity of 12 aesthetic intuition. However, the genius is to dspar how much to the aptitude of this negation, what it will limit the genius in its process of intuition of the ideas.

Said in terms others, the most raised genius degree he is that one whose genius allows the man to refuse absolutely while individual and, therefore, to assume itself as fully subject. Thus being, it occurs that the weak capacity of the genius compels the genius to intuir inferior ideas, tenuous degrees of objetividade of the Will which are: gravity, cohesion, rigidity, fluidity, etc. whereas the maximum capacity of that one makes possible the genius the same the intuition of the superior idea of Man 13. This will be more clearly when dealing with the hierarchy of the arts in agreement ideas. However, so that it is not doubts in such a way concerning the superiority of the idea of man with regard to excessively; that also more clearly if desvele the genius concept, a paragraph of the chapter Of the Genius, of the Metaphysical workmanship of the Beauty I understand to have here to be cited: ' ' the most raised genius degree 14 consists of making of the man object of purificada apprehension of will, therefore, conceiving artistic its Idea and to display.