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A Critique of Judgment in movie and tv is a reaction to an important elevate of judgment and judgmentalism in modern tv, movie, and social media by means of investigating the altering family members among the aesthetics and ethics of judgment.

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For him, “even tumultuous movements of the mind,” be that in religion or culture, “no matter how much they stretch the imagination, can in no way claim the honor of being a sublime presentation” if they do not have “intellectual purposiveness” (§29, 155). It would, then, merely be “agreeable exhaustion” and a “play of affects is an enjoyment of the wellbeing” (§29, 155). ) He uses the term “agitation” to describe “the activity of the mind that has judgment and exercises it” (Lyotard 1988, 91). Agitation “is only possible if something remains to be determined” (91).

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