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A Critique of Judgment in movie and tv is a reaction to an important bring up 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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According to Kant, for aesthetic judgment the depicted object or subject does not actually have to exist: it is “a judgment which is indifferent with regard to the existence of an object” (2000, §5, 95). To consider a causal connection between the image and what it depicts was deemed counter-productive for aesthetic judgment. We must be especially indifferent to any life depicted in the work: “one must not be in the least biased in favor of the existence of the thing, but must be entirely indifferent in this respect, in order to play the judge of things of taste” (2000, §2, 91).

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