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March 4, 2009 Edward Bullough’s Psychical Distance
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Quiz! Put away all books, notebooks, phones, laptops. Take out a pen or pencil and sheet of paper and write your name  and section number or time. For each of the questions that follow, write whether the  statement is true or false.
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Aristotle believed, unlike Plato, that tragedy could be beneficial by means of purging one’s  negative emotions. 2. According to Hume, there is a way to tell if your judgment of an artwork is right or wrong. 3. Hume thought that we cannot determine who is a true judge. 4. Kant argued against the view that recognizing something as beautiful requires our judgment that  it falls under the concept of beauty, the rules for which can be discovered via  a   priori  reason. 5. In saying that a judgment of beauty is always  disinterested , Kant meant that we should not be  curious about in artwork if we are going to judge it correctly. 6. Bullough disagreed with Kant’s view that when we have an aesthetic response, it is  disinterested. 7.
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