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PHI 2010 Aesthetics
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Disagreements about the aesthetic value or social relevance of a piece of art are _____.
A prominent view is that an object has aesthetic value if it _____.
serves some important function
The view that works of art have objective properties by which we can judge their aesthetic goodness or badness is known as_____.
Aesthetic values have to do with _______.
good and bad works of art and other objects that could be judged beautifully
The study of the feelings and judgments involved in experiencing the arts or other objects deemed beautiful is known as metaphysics.
Leo Tolstoy says that art is _____.
The expression theory defines art as the communication of the artist's feelings and the prompting of others to experience those same feelings
Traditionally art has been defined as _____.
Da Vinci's Mona Lisa is_____.
The view that art is defined by its form is known as _____.
An important formal characteristic of art is_____.
The view that the aesthetic properties of an art object are solely in the eye of the beholder is known as _____.
For Plato, beauty is _____.
an idea or form
Aristotle is _____.
For Aristotle, beauty is a property of objects in the everyday world.
Aristotle believes that_____.
the arts need not fulfill a function to be valuable
Arthur Danto was _____.
an influential art critic
Danto is probably best known for _____.
his institutional theory of art
Hume argues that the criteria for judging aesthetic value are _____.
Hume says that the attributes of a piece of art are not in the object itself but in _____.
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