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15

with what type of truths is knowledge to Plato
necessary truth
17

how does the good differ for other forms
beyond truth and being
21

how is art and novels diff for biography and snapshots
paint/novels: contain timeless and space-less universality
bio/snap: reports what happened at a particular time and place.
28

how is the aesthetic object distinct for the work of art
art has color shape feel and sound.
29

how do we perceive the aesthetic objects
universal

the idea behind the work
30

how is rock&roll diff. than classical
r&r is the mere registration of sensuous impressions
- not idea
33

how does music diff from sound
music requires the liberating use of imagination
38.

what do rationalist favor
metaphysical realism
43.
which is stronger for Hume
ideas or impressions
impressions
44.
what does Hume think regarding a priori knowledge of cause and effect
we don't see cause and effect and it is a myth
form
the perfect objective reality that is also a model or ideal type for any object within its kind
METAPHYSICAL REALISM
the view that universal exist as real entities
NOMINALISM
the view that universals do not exist
INTRINSIC VALUE
value that has no other purpose than itself, and is independent of all other relations
EXTRINSIC VALUE
value that exists only in relation to other things and purposes.
AESTHETIC ATTITUDE
contemplation of the universal or essence in things devoid of practical or external relations
RATIONALISM
the view that at least some of our knowledge of the world comes through reason alone
EMPIRICISM
the view that all knowledge of the world comes to the mind through the senses