Multiple Choice Portion ansnwers

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Multiple Choice Portion: Choose from the following: (a) Nietzsche, (b) Levinson, (c) Chernoff, (d) Goldblatt, (e) Shusterman E 1. “Critics of popular culture are loath to recognize that there are humanly worthy and aesthetically rewarding activities other than intellectual exertion. So even if all art and aesthetic enjoyment do indeed require some active effort or the overcoming of some resistance, it does not follow that they require effortful ‘independent thinking.’ There are other more somatic forms of effort, resistance, and satisfaction.” A 2. “And now let us imagine how the ecstatic sounds of the Dionysiac rites penetrate ever more enticingly into that artificially restrained and discreet world of illusion, how this clamor expressed the whole outrageous gamut of nature – delight, grief, knowledge – even to the most piercing cry; and then let us imagine how the Apollonian artist with his thin, monotonous harp music must have sounded beside the demoniac chant of the multitude!” C 3. “We can think about the difference in sensibilities as the difference between perceiving a rhythm as something to ‘get with’ or as something to ‘respond to.’ Rhythms which cut across each other are also dynamically coherent. Ibrahim felt that his isolated beating was meaningless without a second rhythm, but more than that, he could not even think of the full range of stylistic variations he might play without the beating of the second drum.” B 4. “Music for the accompaniment of ritual, music for the intensification of warlike spirit, and
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