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In contrast, it is mere play to bring sensibility into agreement [Einstimmung] with the feeling of pleasure according to universal laws, because it contributes nothing to cognition .... Therefore, one can say: no aesthetic perfection can be a cognition, but rather merely the perfection of taste. It is very displeasing if we presume [Vortrage] to lay out cognition as if to meet with the petition [Gesuchte] for taste" [Ak. 16, 124]. It is clear from his concluding remarks here that Kant would like to abandon the business of accommodating judgments of taste to a concept of perfection and rather retain the former solely in terms of the feeling of pleasure in the free play of the faculties.
18 Diese Selbstgenügsamkeit gebe dem Egoismus oder der Selbstheit des Ich und des Selben den Rhythmus (TI 91: „La Süffisance du jouir scande Pego'isme ou Pipseite de PEgo et du Meme"). Der so konstituierte Egoismus des Selben hat einen zweideutigen Sinn. Einerseits folgt aus ihm, daß ich im Genuß absolut für mich, ohne Bezug auf Andere, unschuldig egoistisch und allein bin (TI 107: „Dans la jouissance, je suis absolument pour moi. Ego'iste sans reference a autrui ... innocement ego'iste et seul").
It is clear from his concluding remarks here that Kant would like to abandon the business of accommodating judgments of taste to a concept of perfection and rather retain the former solely in terms of the feeling of pleasure in the free play of the faculties. This early note is pivotal for Kant's evolving aesthetic theory, for it marks the first step in his abandonment of the Baumgartian account of the beautiful towards his unique view in the "Critique of Aesthetic Judgment," which would restrict judgments of taste from any conceptual dilution whatsoever.