Indeed, the latter is reflected in all fields of art and its difference with ethics is not far away. As already explained, the truth of art is achieved through an understanding of a work and that is why the relationship between ways of knowing and art related in a subjective way because, ethically, each person has his or her own thinking.
Henceforth, can we acknowledge artistic expression as the lie revealing the truth? This suggested to the researchers that endorphins produced in singing can act to draw large groups together quickly.
This brings up doubts as to whether art is an imitation of reality, or whether art is a better reality than the original. Art is a mere refined form of the reality that we perceive- it brings out all our desires and emotions.
And every man that striveth for the mastery is temperate in all things. In fact, music works a lot like language does—except instead of words and ideas, emotions and intent are communicated.
Music, then, can be a means by which the 'character of our faithful God' is declared. We define reality as what we see in front of us, but this is restricted- we may want something completely different, than what reality gives us, such as the death of a relative- this is obviously undesirable, but it is also inevitable.
The same idea can be seen in the novel: Even realistic paintings depict scenes that are often completely invented, and two first-class painters of the same scene will produce very different looking paintings, so art is as much about the individual imaginative vision, plus their style and technique, as it is about the real scene in front of them.
Ironically, Cher came out of this split more secure than her husband, despite his having guided her career for a decade and having all of the real training in the entertainment business.
Voodoo, war, are two examples. You see that the beats it produces causes motion within the body suited for another environment, not church. Those who listened to rhythmic music finished the tasks more efficiently than those who listened to the other types of sound, suggesting that rhythm in music promotes behaviors that are linked to social cohesion.
But how does music do this? This goes for Shakespeare, Dickens, and all the classic books, poems and plays you can think of. The researchers found that both choir groups increased their pain threshold levels after singing; however, the larger group experienced bigger changes in social closeness after singing than the smaller group.
Judging from participant responses, it was clear that something magical happened: On the other hand, Gunther Von Hagens could be accepted in the future as a pioneer who changed art, as we know it. He gives you illusion that has the appearance of truth. Perhaps this explains why new mothers often sing lullabies to their newborn babies: In April their first single, "Just You" was released and rose to number 20 on the charts.Nowadays, music has the potential to make us feel connected to all of humanity.
The more we use music to bring us together—literally and figuratively—the more potential for increased empathy, social connection, and cooperation. Which brings us back to music and the Logeswaran paper.
Music is exquisitely emotionally evocative, which is why a touch of happy music makes even unrelated pictures seem more pleasant.
At times a piece of art, may be the craziest of things, and yet may have enormous philosophical implications. Art need not be an exact imitation of reality, it may in fact be a lie, and yet at the same time may compel us to view things in a different light: the truth.
To talk about truth, we must first define it. Anecdote couldn't bring us closer to the truth because the way individuals perceive our situation is extremely different from one another. For example, when facing a similar circumtances (like getting fired from the job), two people could had two different anecdotes.
“Art is a lie that brings us nearer to the truth” (Pablo Picasso) There are different ways for art to portray elements of truth and lies; but what Picasso was mostly referring to with his quote was that art might be a representation of the truth however lies to the human eye in terms of perception.
Pei-Han Sabrina Wong 1 8. “Art is a lie that brings us nearer to the truth” (Pablo Picasso).
Evaluate this claim in relation to a specific art form (for example, visual arts, literature, theatre).Download