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Aesthetics. Part three. Genres & the creation of art. Genres Argument for genre classification Analogy to hunger Assessment. Aristotle: Background. History Athens & Macedonia Aristotle. Aristotle: the poetics. Imitation: the common principle of the Arts & Poetry Imitation Medium

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aesthetics

Aesthetics

Part three

genres the creation of art
Genres & the creation of art
  • Genres
  • Argument for genre classification
    • Analogy to hunger
    • Assessment
aristotle background
Aristotle: Background
  • History
    • Athens & Macedonia
    • Aristotle
aristotle the poetics
Aristotle: the poetics
  • Imitation: the common principle of the Arts & Poetry
    • Imitation
      • Medium
      • Objects
      • Manner/mode of imitation
    • Classification Problem: Poets
    • Objects of imitation
      • Imitation & moral character
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Aristotle: the poetics
  • Manner of Imitation
    • The manner of imitation
  • The origin & development of poetry
    • Cause: Instinct of imitation
    • Instinct for harmony & rhythm
    • Division of poetry
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Aristotle: the poetics
  • Definition of the ludicrous
    • Comedy
    • Epic Poetry
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Aristotle: the poetics
  • Definition of Tragedy
    • Defined
    • Tragedy & Action
    • The Six Parts
      • Plot
      • Character
      • Diction
      • Thought
      • Spectacle
      • Song
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Aristotle: the poetics
    • Plot is the most important
    • Painting analogy: character is second
    • Thought
    • Diction, Song Spectacle
  • The Plot must be a Whole
    • Quality: wholeness
    • Beautiful objects & length
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Aristotle: the poetics
  • The Plot Must be a Unity
    • Unity of Plot
    • A Whole
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Aristotle: the poetics
  • Dramatic Unity
    • Poet & Historian
    • Reality & Possibility
    • Fiction
    • Episodic
  • Definition of Simple & Complex Plots
    • Plots
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Aristotle: the poetics
  • Reversal of Situation, Recognition and Tragic Incident
    • Reversal of the situation
    • Recognition
    • The scene of suffering
  • The quantitative parts of tragedy
    • Parts
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Aristotle: the poetics
  • What constitutes tragic action
    • What is to be determined
    • A perfect tragedy
    • The nature of tragic characters
    • A well constructed plot
    • Second rank
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Aristotle: the poetics
  • The Tragic Emotions
    • Creating pity & fear
    • Pitiful & terrible circumstances
    • Knowledge & action
    • Quality and Knowledge & Action
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Aristotle: the poetics
  • The element of character in tragedy.
    • Four things to be aimed at in character
    • Deus Ex
    • Persons
  • Recognition
    • Recognition
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Aristotle: the poetics
  • Practical rules for the tragic poet
    • Placing the scene
    • Working out
    • Story
  • Further rules for the tragic poetry
    • Parts of tragedy
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Aristotle: the poetics
  • Four kinds of tragedy
    • Complex
    • Pathetic
    • Ethical
    • The simple
  • Identity
  • Epic
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Aristotle: the poetics
  • Thought & Intellectual
    • Thought
    • Diction
  • Epic Poetry
    • Subject
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Aristotle: the poetics
  • Further points of agreement with tragedy
    • Epic poetry
    • Epic poetry’s capacity
    • Metre
    • Role of the poet
    • The wonderful and lies
    • Possibilities & Impossibilities
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Aristotle: the poetics
  • Critical Objections
    • Objects of Imitation
    • Faults
    • Matters which concern the poet’s art
    • Description
    • Impossible
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Aristotle: the poetics
  • Five sources of critical objections
    • Impossible
    • Irrational
    • Morally
    • Hurtful
    • Contradictory
    • Contrary
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Aristotle: the poetics
  • A General Estimate of comparative worth of Epic Poetry & Tragedy
    • Is epic or tragic mode of imitation higher
    • Reply to gestures
    • Tragic is more pleasurable
    • Tragedy has more unity
    • Conclusion
john stuart mill background
John Stuart mill background
  • Background
    • Background
    • Education
    • Life
    • Works
john stuart mill what is poetry
John Stuart mill What is poetry
  • About Poetry
    • Poetry
    • Felt difference argument
    • Philosophy
    • Mill’s Goals
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John Stuart mill What is poetry
  • Poetry and Narrative
    • The Object of Poetry and Distinctions
    • Distinction
    • The Objects & Similarities
    • Poetry & Novels
    • Audiences
    • Fans & Novels
    • Fans of Poetry
    • Combining Elements
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John Stuart mill What is poetry
    • Charge & Reply
    • Descriptive Poetry
  • Poetry, Soliloquy, Eloquence, and Music
    • Poetry and Eloquence
    • Soliloquy
    • Creating Poetry
    • Distinction: Eloquence & Poetry
    • Music
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John Stuart mill What is poetry
  • Visual
    • Introduction
    • Painting
    • Painting & Sculpture
    • Historical Painting
    • Historical Paintings Narrate Poorly
    • Beauty & Paintings
    • Architecture
    • Religious Edifices
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John Stuart mill What is poetry
  • Conclusion
    • Imagery
    • Final Remarks
creation of art
Creation of art
  • The debate over the creation of art
    • Key Questions
    • Emotion-Plato
    • Intellect-Poe
socrates
Socrates
  • Background
    • Life & Death
    • Wisdom
    • Will the Real Socrates Please Stand Up
    • Socrates & the Sophists
    • Ignorance
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Socrates
  • The Socratic Method: Questioning
    • The Dialectic
    • The Stage of Questioning
  • The Socratic Method: Argumentation
    • Introduction
    • Finding a structural flaw in the definition
    • Reductio ad Absurdum
    • The Method of Counter Example
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Socrates
  • Reasoning & Definitions
    • Introduction
    • Inductive Reasoning
    • Universal Definitions
    • The Midwaife
  • Metaphysics
    • Intro
    • Earlier Greek accounts of the Soul/Psyche
    • Socrates’ Account
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Socrates
  • Ethical Theory
    • Virtue
    • Why be moral?
    • Ethical Intellectualism
    • Knowledge & Goodness, Ignorance & Evil
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Socrates
  • Social & Political Philosophy
    • Distrust of Democracy
    • Laws
    • Social Contract Theory
    • Natural Law Theory
  • Socrates Contribution
    • Plato
    • Ethical Theory
    • Personality
plato
Plato
  • Background
    • Death of Socrates
    • Life
    • Comprehensive Philosophy
plato ion
Platoion
  • Intro
    • Background
  • Socrates’ First Argument
    • Set up
    • Arithmetic
    • Doctor
    • General Point
    • Ion does not speak on Homer on the basis of knowledge
    • Poetry & other arts
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Platoion
  • The Magnet Analogy
    • The divine power is analogous to magnetism
    • Muses & Poets
    • Source of Poetry
    • Transfer of Emotions
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Platoion
  • Poets are Crazed or Possessed
    • Set Up
    • Chariot racing & other professions
    • General
    • Conclusion
poe the philosophy of composition
PoeThe philosophy of composition
  • Part One
    • Poe’s method
    • The usual methods
    • Poe’s preference
    • Steps
    • Poe & Steps
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PoeThe philosophy of composition
  • Constructing the Raven: Intentions, Length & Effect
    • Intentions
    • Length
    • Effect/Impression
    • Beauty
    • Truth & Passion
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PoeThe philosophy of composition
  • Constructing the Raven: Tone, Refrain, Repetition, & Supremeness
    • Tone
    • Refrain & Character
    • Repetition
    • Supremeness
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PoeThe philosophy of composition
  • Constructing the Raven: Application, Climax, Locale & Denouement
    • Application
    • Climax
    • Locale
    • Introduction of the Raven
    • Denouement
    • Artistic Eyes
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