For the aesthetization of ethics: Meinong and Husserl
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The aim of the paper is to show how Meinong's analysis of "quasi-feelings" and Husserl's theory of "phantasy-acts" play a decisive role in the evaluative-practical field. Accordingly the so-called "aesthetization of ethics" owns not only a negative value but, in some cases, can develop a primary explanatory-function. This function enriches the value-theory of Meinong and Husserl and it can put them into dialogue with the contemporary debate.