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Philosophy Unit 2
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refers to the phenomenon whereby a person creates something new that has some kind of value
1.) Particular taste for, or approach to, what is pleasing to the senses
2.) Branch of philosophy dealing with nature of art and beauty
3.) Particular theory or conception of beauty or art
-personal aesthetic preferences are based on what we see
Your balance of ID and superego.
The work of art, being false, does not give us any true knowledge to the world.
The essence of art is expression of the inner emotions, feelings, moods, and mental states of the artist.
The essence of art is "significant form"-lines, shapes, colors, and other formal properties of the work; representation, expression, and other subject matter are irrelevant.
ID, Ego, and Superego
Freud (rational and irrational)
Art is not a rational response to the demands of reality, but an irrational denial of reality.
The act of faculty of knowing or sensing without the use of rational processes: immediate cognition
The essence of art is its usefulness in helping us to comprehend and improve our overall life experiences
Moral and Religious ideas
The essence of art is communication of important moral and religious values from the artist to the observer
Art does not appeal to the highest faculty of the soul, pure reason. Rather, it appeals to the basest part of the soul, the emotions.
Art would be assigned to the realm of "images" being a copy of "particular things", which are themselves copies of higher things.
Process of acquiring,interpreting, selecting, and organizing sensory information
The appetitive, spirited and rational portions
Art is "thrice removed from the truth". It is a copy of a copy of a copy.
Platos view of art
His view of art is decidedly negative
The essence of art is to picture of portray reality
The essence of art is the communication of important ideas and other knowledge through symbolic (non-verbal) languages.
A personal preference or liking
Philosopher who believes art is a "radically open concept" and is always part of the social fabric of any culture
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