عنوان مقاله [English]
Art, religion and philosophy have deep associations with each other. Hegel's philosophy is one of the manifestations of the fusion of the three mentioned categories. The art of sculpture can be considered as one of the manifestations of this type of art. In this research, purposeful sampling has been used and the methodology applied is the Frankenstein's inference method. In this manner, at first, the researcher deduces the educational principle from the ultimate goal and the basic realistic proposition, then he comprehends the educational method from the principle that was obtained in the previous inference and the exemplary realistic proposition. The field of research includes Hegel's books, other sources and researches around the concepts of Hegel's aesthetics, the theoretical foundations of his aesthetics and its educational contexts. The findings of this research indicate that the expression of the deepest inherent values of every civilization and the revelation of the absolute idea are among the basic goals of aesthetic education inferred from Hegel's opinions, and its achievement depends on the use of principles such as the way of expressing values is inherent in every civilization according to its historical period that artistic, religious and philosophical expressions and their relationship with each other are among the ways to reach these goals and principles. Also, bringing man to perfection and the ultimate truth is one of the other basic goals of Hegel's aesthetic education, which is to transmit and spread religious beliefs from its principles and use symbolic, classical and symbolic art forms to express religious beliefs including its methods.
1. Inferring the goals of Hegel's aesthetic education by examining the artistic forms of religion in his aesthetics.
2. Deducing the principles of Hegel's aesthetic education by examining the artistic forms of religion in his aesthetics.
1. Which goals of aesthetic education can be deduced from Hegel's thoughts?
2. Which methods of aesthetic education can be deduced from Hegel's opinions?