Aesthetics: Philosophy of Art Plato: art imitates reality. By focusing on mere appearances, art distracts us from the truth and appeals to socially destructive emotions. It provides no real knowledge and undermines personal and social well-being Aristotle: art does not imitate particular things; rather it identifies universal ideals and values. It also purges us of our erotic and aggressive passions (catharsis)
Other Views of Art Romanticism: art expresses or evokes feelings: it embodies the creativity of reality by expressing emotions Art as form: the significance of a work depends on the form or order of its parts. Clive Bell Abstract art develops aesthetic sensibilities The disinterested pleasure of experiencing such order is the experience of beauty B. Croce
Still Other Views of Art Institutional theory of art: the designation of something as art is based on decisions by the artworld (George Dickie) The End of Art: conceptual art (e.g., by Marcel Duchamp) is less concerned Danto now with representation or expression Arthuras it is with questioning what art itself is
Aim of the study. To analyze the structural constraints on the migration trajectory of female migrants and families in a long-term perspective. The path toward family reunification of Filipina live-in caregivers
To showcase the impact science technology has made on students' learning. Purpose. Our intent today is not to give you a full biology lesson. You will hear a lot of science terms proving the depth of content students are learning.
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Definition of AT. AT, Assistive Technology: "Any item, piece of equipment or product system, whether acquired commercially off the shelf,modified, or customized, that is used to increase, maintain, or improve the functional capabilitiesof children with disabilities.