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In the analysis of natural and artistic beauty, Kant explains the pleasure of the taste based on free play between Imagination and Understanding upon the principle of teleology of nature. Hence, the aesthetic judgments are produced by indeterminate harmony between Imagination and Understanding. Kant explains the Sublime upon this principle, but he has not noticed the harmony between Imagination and Understanding in detail. Consequently, some of commentators have held that the Sublime is not important in Kant's philosophy of art. However, is it true that Kant has changed his opinion about aesthetic sensations? This paper aims at showing the fact that the Sublime is very important in Kant's aesthetical thoughts, because it explains the highest sensation of the Imagination and connects the Sublime to ethics and religion.