"Aesthetics" Essays and Research Papers

Aesthetics

Representationalism and Aesthetics If one were to be provided a spectator’s view of visitors of an art museum, they would witness a microcosm of the appreciation of art in its entirety. Some observers of art might simply glance at a piece of artwork and shrug it off for its unaesthetic appearance, others might try to delve deeper into what it’s standing for. Multiple factors would possibly come into play; the audiences’ reaction, the inquisition into the artist’s original intention, and perhaps...

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Aesthetic Domain

Aesthetic Domain The domain that interests me the most is the aesthetic domain. The aesthetic domain is the appreciation of the arts and enjoyment of sensory experiences. I believe art is an important part to learning and expands the imagination and creation of a child. Art allows children to express feelings, thoughts and creativity. Although every domain is imperative to a child’s education, I believe the aesthetic domain ranks as one of the most important domains. When the aesthetic domain...

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aesthetic value

 10. Aesthetic Value I have found it impossible (though not for want of trying) to find a way of avoiding commitment to a concept of aesthetic value. The general theory of value remains in an unsatisfactory state; and aesthetic value in particular presents various unsettled questions. But, as in the first edition, I find myself always driven back to the idea that in calling an artwork a good one -- or a good poem or good choreography -- we must be ascribing some form of (nonmoral) value to it...

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Aesthetics essay

in professional skin-care organizations increases their credibility and personal knowledge on skincare (Gambino 8). Another must have skill an aesthetician should have while working in the lab, is talent. They must have a natural interest in the aesthetic skincare field. It is not only mandatory to have the talents required, but it is necessary to have completed the correct guidance (Gambino 8). They must have enough training, experience, knowledge, and talent to be confident in their judgment and...

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arts ans aesthetics

evolve during the 20th century as well. The main recent sense of the word "art" is roughly as an abbreviation for creative art or "fine art." Here we mean that skill is being used to express the artist's creativity, or to engage the audience's aesthetic sensibilities, or to draw the audience towards consideration of the "finer" things. Often, if the skill is being used in a functional object, people will consider it a craft instead of art, a suggestion which is highly disputed by many Contemporary...

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Aesthetic Values and Objects

1. When looking at the differences between cultural, natural, and truly aesthetic objects, it’s relatively easy to define each in their own ways. Cultural objects differ from natural objects in the sense that cultural objects have been placed in an artistic manner by, and for the human population, whereas natural objects are in the most basic term, objects placed by nature for no other external reason. For instance, a bed of rocks laying among a path, strewn out for an artistic affect is considered...

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The Role of Theory in Aesthetics

Weitz and the Role of Theory in Aesthetics In the past, the main goal of aesthetics has been to formulate a definition of art. A definition is a statement of the necessary and sufficient properties of what is being defined. This statement has to prove its purpose of giving a true or false claim about the nature, or essence of art and what characterizes it from anything else. Many theorists sustain that unless we know what art is, we cannot begin to respond to it adequately or to say...

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Music as an Aesthetic Experience

The introduction of Donald J. Funes' book Musical Involvement addresses the topic of music as an aesthetic experience. The preface to the introduction is the realization that truly listening to music requires an active response, and this type of listening is not innate. All throughout the day we are bombarded with music and every day sounds, most of which remain in our periphery. It can be difficult to focus on a single event such as a concert, lecture or any other situation that requires a quite...

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David Hume- Aesthetics

significant thinkers among the Enlightenment. He is motivated by the question what is beauty, and how certain responses to artwork reflect objectivity. Hume’s essay of 1757,“Of the Standard of Taste” elegantly describes examples of the tradition of aesthetic judgment The growth of scientific knowledge influenced a sense of general optimism among Enlightenment thinkers. This sense of optimism in result called for a more critical use of human intellect. By overturning long established dogmas, people scrutinized...

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On Adorno S Aesthetic Theory

(and, even less convincingly, jazz as a kind of false novelty. But see by contrast Adorno’s remark, about those critics of Beckett's who suggest that he keeps doing the same thing!) Whatever the legitimacy or illegitimacy of Adorno's particular aesthetic judgements, the point of theoretical interest here, is that this ability to *impute* and *dispute* the truth or falsity of any given claim to "novelty" is (and surely this is uncontroversial) part, indeed a major part of the situation of art. Thus...

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Criticism in Architecture: Does Aesthetics Matter in Architecture?

Criticism in architecture: does aesthetics matter in architecture? „Urgent questions which confront the architect are indeed philosophical questions‟ (Scruton 1979). In the letter of Goldberg (2003), criticism in architecture is considered as an audience guide to appreciate good design: The purpose of architecture criticism in the general media is to create a better educated more critically aware, more visually literate constituency for architecture… In contrast, Baird mentioned: Today criticality...

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Sustainable Design Versus Aesthetic Design

lives. They were interested in the nature of beauty, art, and taste and with the creation and appreciation of beauty. Although there are examples of pre-historic art, they are rare and the guidelines that they followed are not so clear, Thus the aesthetic doctrines that guided their production and interpretation one mostly unknown. However, recently designer notice what happing to the world such as global worming due to human action. Then they set some laws in designing for the environment benefit...

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Aesthetic Music Education and the Influence of Bennett Reimer

An explicit concept since the late 1950s, aesthetic education first developed to provide a strong philosophical foundation for music education and continues to evolve as a solid theoretical orientation for current effective practices. Bennett Reimer has contributed much to the discussion and development of the value of aesthetic education for the teaching and learning of music. Others in music education also support and promote these ideals and focus on developing an improved understanding for music...

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aesthetics

PARRHESIA NUMBER 1 • 2006 • 1 – 12 Thinking between disciplines: an aesthetics of knowledge1 Jacques Rancière Translated by Jon Roffe What should be understood by the invocation of an ‘aesthetics of knowledge’? It is clearly not a matter of saying that the forms of knowledge must take on an aesthetic dimension. The expression presupposes that such a dimension does not have to be added as a supplementary ornament, that it is there in every sense as an immanent given of knowledge. It...

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How Does Keats Express His Aesthetic Vision in ‘Ode on a Grecian Urn’?

How does Keats express his aesthetic vision in ‘Ode on a Grecian Urn’? John Keats once said regarding Lord Byron that “he (Byron) describes what he sees, I describe what I imagine”. Keats is a typically Romantic poet in the way in which he uses the fluid boundaries of imagination within his poem to formulate his aesthetic vision which is projected in ‘Ode on a Grecian Urn’. Pope notes that the etymology of ‘aesthetics’ derives from the Greek meaning ‘things perceptible to the sense’ and ‘sensory...

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Animal Protection Decision-Making Based on Aesthetic Value is Undermined by Subjectivity

Animal Protection Decision-Making Based on Aesthetic Value is Undermined by Subjectivity In “Why Do Species Matter?”, Lilly-Marlene Russow argues that humans have a moral obligation to protect and to ensure the continued existence of things of aesthetic value which includes some but not necessarily all animals. In this paper, I will argue that the subjectivity involved in determining aesthetic value makes it an insufficient element for determining moral obligation to the protection and preservation...

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An Analysis of the Commonalities and Divergences Between Heian-Era Japanese and Modern Western Aesthetics.

Student Name Professor Ikegami Japanese 425 23 February 2011 Bridging the Time Gap: An Analysis of the Commonalities and Divergences between Heian-era Japanese and Modern Western Aesthetics. The dichotomy of Eastern and Western in terms of global geography is something that has been examined on many levels, as the culture of the two hemispheres contrast in a very blatant manner. Ideology about social interactions to the value of education, food, music, art, religion, etc. all play a key...

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Examine Nietzsche‟S Statement in the Birth of Tragedy That It Is Only as an „Aesthetic Phenomenon‟ That Existence Can Be „Justified‟ to Eternity.

Examine Nietzsche’s statement in The Birth of Tragedy that it is only as an ‘Aesthetic Phenomenon’ that existence can be ‘justified’ to eternity. According to the qualities of ‘eternity’ and ‘existence’ that Nietzsche and Schopenhauer prescribe; it is by definition that something can only be justified in the phenomenal world: the world of ‘existence’. Although this statement describes existence justifying itself to eternity, The Birth of Tragedy tends to illustrate the inverse: eternity justifying...

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Responses to literary texts are not just intellectual; they are also aesthetic and affective (based on Heaney's poetry)

Poetry is often considered a form of art; while poems appeal to the intellect by presenting various values, attitudes and ideas, they simultaneously convey aesthetic beauty and reflect the emotive power of language. A poem’s aesthetic and affective features are vital to the communication of its intellectual messages, and all three play a role in shaping the reader’s response. Two particular examples of this are the poems ‘Personal Helicon’ (from Death of a Naturalist, 1966) and ‘Punishment’ (from...

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Surface and Substance

is a salient relationship between aesthetic pleasure and the individual. Virginia Postrel's essay "Surface and Substance" argues that society must accept "that aesthetic pleasure is an autonomous good (Postrel 436)." Society as a whole must refrain from holding those with aesthetic preferences in low regards. Individual's presentations of himself or herself define his or her own form, therefore expressing their character. The perceived significance of aesthetics and individualism indicates that...

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Main B of Philosophyranches

value. The two values studied in axiology are as follows: Aesthetics Aesthetics deals with sense, perception, and appreciation of beauty. It broadly includes everything to do with appreciation of art, culture, and nature. It also examines how the perception of beauty is determined by taste and aesthetic judgment. The practice of defining and criticizing appreciating art and art forms is based on aesthetics. Aesthetics questions the definition and value of art. Symbolism, romanticism,...

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Nieztche

 The writer Soren Kierkegaard’s presents us with “Either/ or” an intense argument between two very different ways of life, the aesthetic and the ethical. Part Two presents us with an ethical Judge William tries to persuade the writer of the first part A to surrender his empty aesthetic life in substitute it for a more meaningful life, the life of ethicist. The clear difference between living an aesthete and the ethicist life, according to the judge is the ability the one posse to make a choice...

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Identify the Significant Cultural Issues Involved When Evaluating the Attractiveness of a Particular Location as a Place for Doing Business

business can be crucial for a business. Aspects to consider when studying culture in a new place are: aesthetics, values and attitudes, manners and customs, social structure, religion, personal communication, and education. “An assessment of any nation’s overall business climate is typically the first step in analyzing its potential as a host for international commercial activity” (Wild). Aesthetics is known as the “good taste” in arts, imaginary evoked by certain expressions, and the symbolism of...

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art of benin

2008, Looting the art of Benin, p.30) and their ownership remains controversial because they were considered “‘the only things of value’” (Mackie, 2008, p.30) that could be taken back to Britain to be sold. They therefore translated into their “‘aesthetic’ value”, closely linked to their “mere economic” worth (Wood, 2008, The Benin Bronzes And Modern Art, p.58-59). Their ownership remains controversial due to the irony of the British devaluation of the very people, who produced these works of art...

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Art Forgeries

discusses about Jerrold Levinson’s definition of art from Levinson’s article, “Refining Art Historically,” in the Journal of Aesthetics & Art Criticism of 1990. To Levinson, art is something that is made to be intended to be “regarded” as a work of art (Sartwell). Luise Morton and Thomas Foster discuss Nelson Goodman’s definition of art from Languages of Art in Journal of Aesthetics & Art Criticism of 1991. Goodman says that it is about how one looks at an original and a forged art depends on the way...

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Vce Essay Comparison Two Artists

exciting evolution over the past 60 years, when ceramics was first offered as a full-time course at RMIT in 1947. At that time, the “high priests” of pottery were Shoji Hamada o f Japan, and Bernard Leach in the UK, who shared similar philosophies and aesthetic values. Leach wrote “The Potters Book” which was to become the ‘bible’, or text of choice for the many tertiary institutes around Australia who were opening up ceramic courses to satisfy the growing demand for training in what was seen to be an...

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Branches of Philosophy

branches of Philosophy. The branches are Metaphysics-is something real? Epistemology-How do we know? Ethics-What is right or wrong? Aesthetics- Is something beautiful? Political- What government is best? And Social- How should we act in in society. Six Branches of Philosophy There are six branches of philosophy. There is Metaphysics, Epistemology, Ethics, Aesthetics, Political, and Social. Each branch asks us all specific types of questions that we ask ourselves each and every day. Some of these...

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An Approach to Basho’s Haiku: Principle and Western Ideas

were set apart from other poets and are still “the highest ideal for most Japanese haiku poets today” ( Ueda423). Also, additional insight that offers an understanding of haiku poetry is Western aesthetic principles. Kenneth Yasuda, a Western scholar, concepts of the “aesthetic attitude”’, the “aesthetic experience” and the “haiku moment” are closely connected to Basho principle of haiku, thereby worth explaining. Although, Japanese haiku are written in a simple compact form, Yasuda states that these...

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Tea Ceremony

The Wabi Aesthetic and Meaning in Chaynoyu (Tea Ceremony) Chanoyu (tea ceremony) seeks to embody a particular kind of beauty: wabi. Together with the concept of yūgen (mystery and depth) as an ideal of the nō drama and the notion of sabi (lonely beauty) in haiku poetry, wabi is one of the most characteristic expressions of Japanese aesthetic principles. Because wabi as an aesthetic brings together many diverse elements, it is difficult to encompass it in a simple definition. It can...

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What I Have Learned in Module 1 and 2

spoken or written word. Another thing from module 2 I learned about was that aesthetic object is conceived to encourage the sense of beauty within the viewer. The image that fell in with this description of aesthetic art is Fig. 60 page 48. The Interior of Sainte Chapelle, Paris, 1243-1248. (Sayre, 2007) To see it in this picture would be nothing like standing in the middle of the floor looking around in it. The word aesthetic sounds like it was something that would disgust you. But, it is the total...

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Studio Learning Task No 1

words. The term “form follows function” states that a designer always has to recognize that the importance of the use of an object will always come before its aesthetic purpose. Supporters of modernism and functionalism understood this in two ways: the object must and only be created to serve its purpose without any additional aesthetics added, and that they had to be as simple and geometrically inclined as possible. 100 words / 68 Q4: The work of the designer has five major focal points, which...

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Art and Non-Art in Popular Culture

popular culture including street art, music video and advertisements or commercial art. And under which circumstances are they considered to be art whether this is the intention of the piece, or the creative process that surrounds it or simply the aesthetic values that it holds. It will also discuss if works produced solely for commercial propaganda are still considered art. And if the artistic values of the work are influenced on the environment in which it resides. These three determining factors...

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What Is Artistic Creativity?

art must have something in common, that distinguishes them from things that are not works of art (Carey 2005:14). For Danto, on the other hand, the exhibition of Andy Warhol’s Brillo Box sculptures in 1964 marked a watershed in the history of aesthetics. As he saw it, it ‘rendered almost worthless everything written by philosophers on art’. Andy Warhol’s ‘pop art’ showed that object’s status as a work of art does not depend on how it looks, or on any physical qualities whatsoever. Danto concludes...

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Can a Work of Art Have Value Regardless of Who Creates It? Can, and Should, We Look Past the Character of the Artist - However Immoral We Consider Them to Be - and Simply Experience and Esteem the Work Itself?

the qualified judges of art. You will come to wonder how is the piece of art seen through the judges' eyes and why they see it as 'good art'. How do you judge art then? What makes a person qualified as a proclaimed judge of the arts? This is where aesthetics play a role in determining the 'beauty', or value, of an artwork. Since the world is made up of so many cultures rich with their own traditions and beliefs, perspectives between people differ. Each of us has our own personal tastes and styles, therefore...

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TOK Note Arts

film, literature, music and theatre as well. What is art? Essential Ideas & TOK vocabulary: “What distinguishes worthwhile art from junk?” Art = man-made 1. Intentions of the artist: Work of art by someone with the intention of evoking an aesthetic (beauty) response in the audience. Critics: something that was not originally intended as art may now be treated as such, and this art might simply be junk 2. Quality of the work: Great work of art is a perfect combination of form(depicts such...

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Decadence in Death in Venice

In Death in Venice, the theme of decadence caused by aestheticism appears through Gustav von Achenbach’s eccentric, specifically homoerotic, feelings towards a Polish boy named Tadzio. Although his feelings spring from a sound source, the boy’s aesthetic beauty, Aschenbach becomes decadent in how excessively zealous his feelings are, and his obsession ultimately leads to his literal and existential destruction. Thus exemplifying, as will be examined in the following, how aestheticism is closely...

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Arthi

represents the essence of the Muslim culture. Although Islamic art manifests in a wide range of forms from writings, tilling to ritual objects, great similarities can be found in these diverse forms. These art works are highly coherent in terms of aesthetics, motifs, and religious purposes. The Islamic art throughout the early period (ca.500-ca.1000A.D) reflects how the Muslim culture developed over time and how the Muslim faith manifested itself through documentations, decorative arts, and ritual...

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Biomimicry

Aesthetics is a major component of design and technology as it is the appeal and appearance of the object. It serves as a way something looks while hiding its works on function. Nature, the forerunner in aesthetics, has done this for eons creating with aesthetically remarkable results. So by designing artifacts after nature, as in biomimicry, these products created will be just as aesthetically remarkable. In my opinion, biomimicry products are improved and superior aesthetically compared to normal...

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importance of hussain sagar lake

would like to mention that to transform this great lake to a place of aesthetic value is not at all an easy task. It is of high importance to conserve the Hussain Sagar Lake for the future. We can increase the number of migratory birds thereby contributing to the widespread biodiversity and hence reducing the ecological balance that once existed before the industrialization of Hyderabad. We can also increase its aesthetic value and conserve it in a proper condition only after disposing the increasing...

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Dyer B POP ART AND ANDY WARHOL PRESENTATION

illustrator who became a leading artist of the 1960’s Pop Art movement He ventured into a wide variety of art forms, including performance art, filmmaking, video installations, writing, and controversially blurred the lines of fine art and mainstream aesthetics He was one of the most prolific and popular artists of his time by using both avant-garde and highly commercial sensibilities How Did Warhol’s Themes And Subjects Examine American Culture    His life and work satirized and celebrated materiality...

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Interference with Nature

small birthmark on Georgiana’s left cheek, causing him to dwell on the idea of using his extensive knowledge of science to cure her of this hideous defect. Hawthorne argues in “The Birthmark” through characters, symbolism, and circumstance that aesthetics and perfection are not to be controlled by the hands of man but rather should be left in control of nature, and that when manipulated, the results are tragic. Aylmer is a renowned scientist with a huge ego who believes he has the power to fix...

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Art Fakes and Forgeries

their arguments. Lessing begins “What is Wrong with a Forgery” by establishing that forgeries are not void of aesthetic value. In fact, he states that a clear distinction must be made between the qualities that make a piece of art aesthetically pleasing and the non-aesthetic qualities that art critics consider when analyzing a piece. The concept of a forgery, he says, is purely non-aesthetic and should not be used to describe the beauty of a piece. To further illustrate this point and later points...

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International Selling

that is not biologically transmitted and it will be passed on from one generation to another, evolving and changing over time. Sales approach should be adapted for different cultures, with regarding to issues like Aesthetics, Religion, Education, Language and Social Organisation. Aesthetics is a non material cultural factor which may have an influence on the development of overseas market which refers to culture’s idea concerning beauty and good taste together with an appreciation of colour and form...

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Wander through the Louvre, leaf through the "Great Books"--you won't find many works by women. Feminists have long sought to explain this absence, and to question the standards that guide "canon formation"--the aesthetic judgments deem some works excellent, and others minor or altogether unworthy of notice. In her 1928 A Room of One's Own, Virginia Woolf explored the social constraints that limited women's literary and artistic production. Talent, even genius, counted for little, Woolf mused, without...

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The White Bird by John Berger

THE WHITE BIRD John Berger From time to time I have been invited by institutions--mostly American--to speak about aesthetics. On one occasion I considered accepting and I thought of taking with me a bird made of white wood. But I didn't go. The problem is that you can't talk about aesthetics without talking about the principle of hope and the existence of evil. During the long winters the peasants in certain parts of the Haute Savoie used to make wooden birds to hang in their kitchens and perhaps...

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Notes on the Beautiful and the Sublime

le chaos pour l’ordonner et le conduire á la beauté. La véritable sublimité devrait etre recherchée uniquement dans l’esprit de celui que juge. The sublime and Ligeia’s analysis In aesthetics the sublime is the quality of greatness or vast magnitude, whether physical, moral, intellectual metaphysical, aesthetic, spiritual or artistic- See notes about Ligeia and Ligeia’s description on the first page. The sublime The first known study of the sublime is ascribed to Longinus On the sublime. This...

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Kant for Kids

Immanuel Kant, and it is precisely to clarify, articulate, and explain the expansive meanings of words used in poetry that Kant set as a major goal of his aesthetic theory. Kant was a professor of philosophy who lived and wrote during the second half of the eighteenth century. He is best known in aesthetics for his distinction of “aesthetic experience” from other sorts of human experience as being “disinterested” and for his theory of taste. When we look at or listen to something—not for any practical...

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According to Marcuse

would never lead us to real happiness. The main problem is that the ideas manipulated by the few people that can essentially understand the real meaning of art are steering people to an unhappy life. That’s the reason that Marcuse shaped this aesthetic appreciation; to convince the people that happiness is beyond these immediate emotions that pop art provide us. The elitist class who were able to take advantage of the real art, due to their first-class education and their preparation to be able...

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Art 100 Paper

Corrine Roe 1,012 words Art 100 4/8/12 Aesthetics Learning Object The first two pictures that are being compared are Shirin Neshatb “Allegience with Wakefulness” 1994 and Jasper Johns “Three Flags” 1958. In the “Allegience with Wakefulness” is instrumentalist. It is instrumentalist because it is the writing on this person’s feet is not English and there is a gun between the person’s...

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Philosophy of Film & Photography

Ashley Brissett Professor Laura T. di Summa PHI 3060-TTH 4:10PM November 11, 2012 Theatre and Film in Panofsky Film as art has vastly developed throughout the history of film. In the beginning, people had an aesthetic interest in formal moving pictures. As time progressed, technical inventions combined with folk art mentality lead to incremental artistic film techniques that aided in perfecting the new art form. Film has progressed from simple recordings of basic movements, to documentaries...

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Essays in Idleness

hundred and fourty-three passages written by a Buddhist monk Yoshida Kenko, who writes about Buddhist truths, death, impermanence, nature of beauty as well as some anecdotes. Although his works contain different subjects and vary in length, I find his aesthetic principles of admiration of uncertainty and simplicity in terms of nature, architecture, civilized behavior and life attitudes the main theme throughout the book. Impermanence and uncertainty is a widely discussed theme in literature works around...

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How Fashion Professionals Are Inspired by History and Culture

lifestyles while providing comfort, functionality and durability. Fashion is an art form that can express the aesthetic reality of the intellect and the type of people. Good design in fashion is created through the use of aesthetic and creative approach. The purpose of fashion is not just comfort. To provide aesthetic beauty of its design, fashion designers comply with the presence of factors aesthetics throughout design process. During the assembly phase of inspiration, designers often view the available...

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Ob - Values

end-state of existence'. Value system : A hierachy based on a ranking of an individual's values in terms of their intensity Types of values include ethical/moral values, doctrinal/ideological (political, religious) values, social values, and aesthetic values. Importance of Values Provide understanding of the attitudes, motivation and behaviors of individuals and cultures. Values are relatively stable and enduring . If we know an individual’s values, we are better able to predict a behavior...

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Cultural Conservation

conservatives very often confuse (or conflate ethics and aesthetics. When Gertrude Himmererfarf lambastes out (as she perceives it) 'amoral, 'sexually deviant' and 'polymorpously perverse' culture she is primarily responding to something that she finds culturally foreign and aesthetically threatening. I agree with her that values are oftentimes a good thing, but only when they are born of an ethical and pragmatic perspetc ive, not an aesthetic one. The conservatives want a seemingly neat and compartment...

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Mahindra Case Study

for its product • It leads to cover its domestic loses and there by attaining its required profit • Its leads to improve the reputation in the domestic market • As on the account of the absence of aesthetic appeal that tong yang tractors have ,M&M current tractors needs to adopt such feature in order to compete in the international market HOW DOES THE STRATEGIC ALIANCE WITH TONG YANG BENEFIT M&M? ANS – • It helps in...

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The Growth and Industrialization of Manchester

nineteenth century are negative although there are few who believe that the city is beneficial to the people health and wellbeing. The growth and industrialization of Manchester in the nineteenth raised the issue of the aesthetic appeal. Was the industrialization benefitting its aesthetic appeal or was it harmful? The romantic poets believe that the industrialization caused the city to lose the beauty it once had. They believe in romanticizing rural lands and believe that the industrialization of cities...

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Jean Francois Lyotard

background) is a misreading of postmodernism. JH believes the Enlightenment project has failed: now we are looking for narrow experts, communication is nil. The Enlightenment project was that of Modernity, and everyone moving toward a common goal. In Aesthetic Modernism there resistance to a ‘WE’. That there is no ‘WE’, no one World View; there is a breakdown of society - individuals have disparate experiences. The “concrete individual” is presently (acc. to JH) experiencing “desublimated meaning” and...

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(http://www.importanceofphilosophy.com/Ethics_Main.html) When it comes to art and love Aesthetics plays an important part. When viewing art, who is to say what I think is beautiful is accepted by society? I can remember going to the art museum for the first time as a child. I saw art that was not beautiful to me. However, others were gathered around one particular painting just in awe. I now know that, “aesthetics is the study of beauty and taste, whether in the form of the comic, the tragic, or the...

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Videogames as Art

of videogames, I’m capable of saying that they are in fact art because they meet the aesthetic criteria in the same way a painting or a sculpture does. By watching sports, I gathered that there are some that are considered art, like gymnastics, while others are not, like football. This is due, in great part, to their completely different evaluation criteria. While skating and diving are evaluated on aesthetic criteria, football and basketball are evaluated simply on how many goals or points teams...

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How to Be Vain

of subtle exhibitions of vanity quickly nearing an end, you should stop hiding those intense feelings you feel about yourself and make sure you do not hold back. First off, if you have imperfections of any sort, make sure you pursue any needed aesthetic surgery or treatment to obtain maximum perfection. Next, show how much you cannot get enough of yourself. Finally, constantly mention how much you intimidate both men and women, physically, verbally and mentally. It is necessary that you go all...

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