The Supplément to the Encyclopédie by Kathleen Hardesty (auth.)

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More extensive observations will better inform us ("fAurore boreale," Lalande). Thus far, there are only conjectures about the formation of lightning, but these conjectures at least help excite curiosity and provoke experimentation ("fFoudre," Jeanneret). Hypotheses thus aid the investigator, as long as he remembers their provisional nature. Having banished the Cartesian notion of mathematical, pre-empirical explanations, scientists could accept this use of limited, judicious hypotheses as tools of research.

As is true in almost any period of thought, the methods of artists in the eighteenth century resemble those of scientists. First attention was paid to sensed reality in both subjects. " One recalls, for instance, Diderot's praise in the Salons for paintings where a detail or a color convincingly mirror reality. P. Nicolas, Adanson et {es Encyclopedistes (Paris: Universite de Paris, 1965), p. 11. THE RATIONALIST AND EMPIRICAL SPIRIT achievement, constructive analysis, was also similar in art and science, despite the fact that the goals of each differ.

The restriction that Sulzer places here on the critic's task, of discussing artistic works within the limits of the genres, itself indicates a belief in the advantages of classification. , "f Ode"), and often applies the principle to other subjects. For example, he divides the beautiful into three sorts, intellectual, moral, and material or sensible, according to the three ways the beautiful affects us, through thought, sentiment, and emotion. He concludes that the qualities by which these types can be recognized are power, richness, and intelligence, in various combinations and degrees, in art and in nature ("fBeau").

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