Blog Prompt #9

Tragedy uses the emotions that are pitiful or fearful in their imitation. This gives dramatic principles which poetry also uses in order to imitate real life. Aristotle seemed to have a negative outlook on art. He viewed it as a distraction for the real world interactions. He would not approve of this generations use of technology. I do not believe that Aristotle has that right view of art. He understands that we let our emotions out with different forms of art but he does not believe it is necessary for everyday life. It broadens the minds, especially in young children, to ponder other options which will assist in critical thinking that will come later in life. It allows different expressions on different subjects which could make the room switch its conversation from controversial to empathetic. People may even argue about the meaning but each piece of art tou


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