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  • Art With A Sense Of Cultural Relativism
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    ll art is not only part of society, but is the product of the beliefs and values of the artist and the audience. I believe that the world is divided in the same manner as the human brain. There is the scientific side and the artistic side. Everything in the world can be placed in at least one of the two categories. Furthermore, I believe that neither side is dominant over the other. From this thought, I conclude that society is composed of both science and art, both expressing beliefs and values...
  • Experience Belies Art
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    What alternative does Aristotle offer to Plato's claim that learning is recollection? Where would Aristotle locate the mistake in Plato's argument in The Phaedo? In his dialogues The Phaedo and Meno, Plato, through the form of Socrates, puts forth the idea that all learning is recollection. In The Phaedo, to prove that the soul is immortal, Socrates asserts the view that all learning is recollection and we simply need to be reminded of facts that our immortal souls are aware of. In Meno, Socrate...
  • Blue By Joni Mitchell
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    Blue, songs are like tattoos You know I've been to sea before Crown and anchor me Or let me sail away Hey Blue, there is a song for you Ink on a pin Underneath the skin An empty space to fill in Well there " re so many sinking now You " ve got to keep thinking You can make it through these waves Acid, booze, and ass Needles, guns, and grass Lots of laughs, lots of laughs Everybody's saying that hell's the hippest way to go Well I don't think so But I'm gonna take a look around it though Blue, I ...
  • Arts Programs Students
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    Speaking about past civilizations, their cultures, scientists have always been examining their arts. The arts were the best expression of past events before writing and even after it. It is for sure that the arts captured the leading position in any time. The arts were connected with a generation and define the time. And the most important thing is that the arts have always influenced future generations. For a long time there has been nothing more important for students than to be in touch with ...
  • Perception As Grounds Of Aesthetic Experience
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    Well, Frieds book is nothing if not brave. In its embrace of an affirmative aesthetics it recalls Hans Robert Jauss epochal Aesthetic Experience and Literary Hermeneutics (1977). In that book, a polemic against Theodor Adorns aesthetics of negativity, Jauss rehabilitated empathic identification, and the pleasure of an enhanced, de conceptualized perception, as grounds of aesthetic experience. In the same spirit Fried beats back any possible Marxist censure of Menzels bad materialism. He summariz...
  • Aestheticism From Art
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    late 19th-century Aestheticism Aestheticism late 19th-century European arts movement which centred on the doctrine that art exists for the sake of its beauty alone, and that it need serve no political, didactic, or other purpose. Aestheticism from Europe, history of To those who dedicated their lives to Symbolist literature and criticism the name of aesthetes is often given, for it was at this time, from 1870 to the end of the century, that questions of aesthetics became the intense concern of a...

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