Aesthetic Freedom in the Technological Age: An Interpretation of Heidegger’s Post-philosophical Art Thought
In order to study the needs of aesthetic freedom in the era of technology, Martin Heidegger’s thoughts are analyzed and studied, and it is hoped that through aesthetic freedom, people can get rid of the shackles of science and technology and pursue a more liberal realm. Heidegger tried to develop a new understanding of people and the world and devoted his life to the criticism of the history of Western philosophy. Since then, many of his views have regarded the understanding of world monologue as a sign of metaphysics, and this metaphysical understanding has reached a climax in modern technology. Through technology, people can view the earth from a practical point of view, and because the world is using technology, this has a certain impact on aesthetics. The results show that only on the basis of further understanding of freedom, combined with human aesthetic needs, the imagination of aesthetics, and the discussion related to aesthetic freedom, the dynamic factors affecting aesthetics are studies, which can not only help to promote the continuous advancement of technology but also create more poetic scenes.