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Plato/Socrates don’t like tragedy: - Imitation of an imitation of an imitation of a god - Feeds the Id.\ Ids are good in a sense. – imitation is good, it’s how we learn -feed id is good, cause with reward we can train it to help.
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Unformatted text preview: --Catharsis – purging, vomit. Tragedy = a method of expressing emotions, draining the Id suffering from adema. Move to a golden mean. (if too much, goal is to get rid) (if too little, goal is to get more)...
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