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Truth: The isness of something, the nature of an object, itself Form: that which makes a thing a thing that it is Things/ Why thing? All inclusive, nature that everything shares , we use it because it’s all inclusive Habit: the acquired condition to perfect a thing in line of itself Virtue: habit raised to the highest degree of efficiency and perfection Contemplation: becoming one with the space being meditated in What are the four components of the brain? 1. the will- have to do with wants, not always true 2. the intellect- has to do with truth and art 3. the mind- able to encapsulate all areas of the brain 4. the imagination- to conjure images of fantasies and the past What are the three definitions of art? 1. art is the virtue of the intellect 2. art is the right making of the thing to be made 3. art is the idea proceeding the thing to be made What are the three virtues of Intellect? 1. art- high form of making
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This note was uploaded on 12/01/2010 for the course ARTT 150 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '10 term at Maryland.

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