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  • Example Of Visual Art Critique

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    Visual Art Critique For my visual art critique, I attend the Texas State University Wittliff Collections on Tuesday, October tenth. During my visit I viewed works of art from the Lonesome Dove collection. The first piece of work I critiques was the photograph “Crossing the Rio Grande” taken by Bill Wittliff. This photo was taken on the set of the Lonesome Dove in 1988. What stood out to me was the significance of how real this photo is. So many slaves have tried to cross this river to escape persecution

  • Institutional Critique Essay

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    someone enters an art gallery, they believe they are going to view art, but under the guise of Institutional Critique, this notion often false. Instead of being the traditional art of painting, sculptures, and installations, viewers encounter, in the work of Hans Haacke, Daniel Buren, and Michael Asher in the 1970s, not much to look at, but a lot to think about. In essence, Institutional Critique is a protest against museums/galleries demanding them to view art and art exhibition in new ways, exemplified

  • Critique Of Immanuel Kant

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    The Critique of Practical Reason, linked human freedom, to the moral law while attempting to reconstruct the most beloved ideas of traditional metaphysical belief. The Critique of the Power of Judgment brought the different topics of aesthetic and teleological judgment into Kant’s system but also struggling to refine and even substantially

  • Essay On Critique Of Pure Reason By Immanuel Kant

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    Immanuel Kant’s Critique of pure reason aims to question and evaluate what is ultimately real, and to discover the restrictions and scope of pure reason. The main doctrine within the critique being the idea of transcendental idealism, concerning epistemology. Kant’s doctrine aims to show that humans can only construct knowledge from their senses. This opposed the previous views of Rene Descartes idealism and George Berkley’s complete denial of the existence of matter. Universal concepts which Kant

  • Capitalism In Death Of A Salesman

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    According to Merriam Webster, the American Dream is “a happy way of living… that can be achieved by anyone… by working hard and becoming successful.” Arthur Miller’s play Death of a Salesman critiques this ideology through the outcome of Willy’s life and in light of Karl Marx’s ideas in Alienation. One way Miller critiques the American Dream is through Marx’s idea of proprietors and propertyless. Marx states in Alienated Labor that “the whole society is divided into two classes of proprietors and propertyless”

  • Feminism In Desiree's Baby

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    identity during a historical period of time through Desiree’s character. Derek Foster and Kris LeJeune's critique, focusing on the feminist standpoint of Desiree’s Baby, attempts to demonstrates how Desiree’s act to flee into the bayou is her first accomplishment of independence. Desiree’s Baby is a short story written in the late 1800’s encompassing the issues of

  • An Analysis of Solipsism in Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason Essay

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    An Analysis of Solipsism in Kant’s Critique of Pure Reason My goal is to examine solipsism and discover how Immanuel Kant's Transcendental Idealism could be subject to a charge of being solipsistic. Following this, I will briefly review the destructive impact this charge would have on certain of Kant’s positions. After the case for solipsism is made, I intend to describe a possible line of rebuttal from Kant’s perspective that could be made to the charge. The issue of solipsism is intriguing

  • Kant's Philosophy on the Metaphysical World Explained in Critique of Pure Reason

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    In the Critique of Pure Reason, philosopher Immanuel Kant aims to thoroughly explain his philosophy of the metaphysical world. Within the Transcendental Aesthetic, Kant focuses on confirming that space and time are a priori intuitions. He provides reasoning and arguments as to why they are transcendentally ideal but empirically real, making space and time subjectively necessary for experiences. Simultaneously, Kant distinguishes space and time from secondary qualities, which belong to our senses

  • Speech Critique : Critique And Critique

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    Speech Critique (Self-Critique=2 x 25 Possible Points) (Peer Critique=25 Possible Points) For the process and informative speeches you will view the video of your presentation and critique yourself. Your responses to the questions below will be submitted to the D2L dropbox as a MS Word file by the date designated on the syllabus for each speech. You will use the same questions for your peer critique. When answering questions, answer in complete sentence form, check spelling/grammar, and use

  • Critique Of Piano Critique

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    For my piano critique, I went to see Sean Cavanaugh with accompaniment of Dominic Muzzi, play Ludwig van Beethoven’s Concerto No. 1 in C Major, Op. 15. This recital was performed on campus, in Recital Hall November 6, 2017 at 8:30pm. Both Cavanaugh and Muzzi performed their portion of the piece on the piano. Cavanaugh was the lead pianist, so he had the piano closer to the audience while Muzzi was farther back. Something that I found interesting, was that Muzzi was dressed in all dark colors, while