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Intro to Philosophy of Art Quiz Six
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The theories we are studying hold that art is about
provoking an aesthetic emotion.
For Bell, art is about
artistic expression is special and different from natural expressions of emotions.
Each of the views we are studying assumes that
Art should always be expressive and art should never be expressive.
Which of the following is a contradiction:
is a symbol
Langer thinks that art
Who holds the view that art expresses what is unique about what an artist felt on a specific occasion?
Pre-conceptual intuitions are expressed in art.
If Croce's view is correct, then
gives rise to an identical emotion in your imagination.
Collingwood says that expressing your emotion in art
For Collingwood, your art will not express your emotion unless your expression is
not expressing creatively
For Collingwood, someone who says "I hate bananas" is
What Summers says about his sculpture best fits which of the four theories (hint, not Langer, though that is the second best choice)?
hat what Summers says has nothing to do with aesthetic emotion, so it is irrelevant to the aesthetic value of his sculpture.
What might Bell say about what Summers' said about his sculpture?
form and content cannot be separated.
According to Croce
limits what art expresses to the emotions of life.
Langer differs from Croce in that she
extends emotional expression as pre-conceptual intuition to everything, not just the emotions of life.
Croce differs from Langer in that his view
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