Exam 3 Study Guide Knowledge of the following terms, ideas and phrases will help you pass the last exam. Be able to define terms, relate them to other terms (compare/contrast), and explain why they are important for what the author is trying to do in his/her writing. In other words, know the material as much as possible. Dewey : How Dewey relates aesthetic experience to everyday experience The two extremes of experience (neither of which is aesthetic) The idea of closure as opposed to a mere ending or cessation Intellectual, Practical and Emotional experience – the differences The difference between Perception and Recognition Understand what Dewey means when he suggests all experiences have a common pattern How artistic production and esthetic perception are similar activities What Dewey means by the terms doing and undergoing and suffering and enjoying Haapala : Three ways of understanding “place” Familiarity – what it is and how it is achieved
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This note was uploaded on 04/07/2008 for the course PHIL 100 taught by Professor Seng during the Fall '07 term at UMBC.