Lecture 7 - Lecture 7 Art Culture and AEsthetics...

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Lecture 7 ° Art, Culture, and AEsthetics AEsthetics= recent invention, with deals with standards and rules of art Today, aesthetics is not “senses”, it was for the Greeks, but now, its about “what’s appealing to us” Original meaning of AEsthetics= have to do with data Experience creates art and culture, and operates through AEsthetics ° ° “World-Views” your interaction with the world visual image like the allegory of the cave metaphor of light “Lucifer changed his name to Satan” metaphor for the interaction we have with the world, which we call experience worldviews frame experience o inside frame is things that you like, and outside frame are things you don’t like reflecting on heap of data= experience ° ° Stone Henge “curious worldviews” origin remains mysterious to us No written record for who did this and why
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In England, but there aren’t any of this kind of stone, they were brought from 100 miles a way from a tribe o Theory of people that are magical and can then levitate o Welsh- sing and can cause levitation No evidence of how and why it was done 3 circles around it aesthetically beautiful, magical, visually appealing, also about unity o marriage wedding bands= unity Stone Henge= plutonic o
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