Leibniz attempted to show that the actual presence of evil in the world does not make out a case against its having originated from an all-good and all-powerful creative activity. And Kant says in his "Critique of Judgment": "The beautiful is the object of a completely disinterested pleasure...its product will make the impression of the beautiful only when it appears as undesigned, disinterested, and free from the attempt to represent a conception....Hence the philosopher finds pure beauty only where the aesthetic judgment relates solely to forms that have no meaning." This, I submit, is the origin of modern art such as abstract expressionism. Kant is the destroyer of art. I beg to rebel against this monster. I show him laughing at the world as if the world doesn't exist and only he and other philosophers after him can see the truth. He wrote this in 1781, so I give him an appropriate garb. But he doesn't fool me. I hope, in my portrait of him, that I fool him! My picture attempts to show evil incarnate. A god-like figure whose writings have all but destroyed art and existence. Fantasy monsters don't do justice to the evil of this philosopher. Kant was a real man, and a real monster.