The Uncanny, by Freud
The uncanny is the subject of aesthetics because it has to do with a certain kind of feeling or sensation with emotional impulses. But in general aesthetics has neglected to study the uncanny, preferring to concentrate on beauty and generally on more positive emotions such as: the attractive, the sublime...etc. The uncanny is something fearful and frightening, and such as it has been neglected in the history of aesthetics. Freud will wed psychoanalytic and aesthetics modes of thought to develop his theory of the uncanny.
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