Unformatted text preview: artworld define what is and is not art, then there seems to be no way for the decision-makers to decide among themselves what is art. Is this a fair criticism? Why or why not? 5. According to Aristotle, what emotions should a tragedy evoke? What is the point of evoking them? 6. Explain Hume's view on art and the standard of taste. Do you agree with Hume that some people are more keenly attuned to art objects and that their aesthetic sensibilities are more "delicate"? Or, is he just being a snob?...
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