Final Exam Spring 2010

Final Exam Spring 2010 - include whatever processes go in...

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Final Exam Phil 66 Spring 2010 Prof. Leddy Be sure to use a bluebook (any size) and an 8 and ½ by 11 blue scantron sheet (t&e 200). The exam will be graded in the same way as the mid-term. The multiple choice portion and the essay portion grades will be averaged for the exam grade. The exam is “closed book.” No notes are allowed. No writing should be on your bluebook before starting the exam. Essay Portion One of the GE requirements for this course is to “recognize aesthetic qualities and processes that characterize works of the human intellect and imagination.” I understand “works of human intellect and imagination” to mean works of art. I understand “aesthetic qualities” to include such things as beauty and grace, and aesthetic processes to
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Unformatted text preview: include whatever processes go in to creating a work of art. Recognizing aesthetic qualities that characterize works of art would include recognizing the qualities that make art art. Part 1. What is an aesthetic quality? What qualities make a work of art art. Discuss in relation to two of the philosophers we have read in this class. You may draw on any philosophers for one of the two, but one must be Bodman. Other candidates include Heidegger, Shusterman, Levinson, Dickie, Danto, Dewey, Bell, and Collingwood. Part 2 When evaluating a work of art how much importance should be give to the processes that go into producing or appreciating the work? Answer this question from the perspectives of Dutton and Brand. 1...
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