THL1501 ASSIGNMENT 2 SEMESTER 2 OCT/NOV EXAM.
THL1501 ASSIGNMENT 2 SEMESTER 2 OCT/NOV EXAM. EXPLAIN THE RELATIONS AND DIFFERENCES BETWEEN NATURAL OBJECTS AND CULTURAL OBJECTS. PROVIDE AT LEAST ONE EXAMPLE OF A NATURAL OBJECT AND ONE EXAMPLE OF A CULTURAL OBJECT IN ORDER TO ELUCIDATE YOUR ANSWER. Natural object are not dependant on human being, they would exist even if human being did not exist, e.g. Plants. While Cultural object are dependent on human being and cannot exist without the existed of human being, e.g. Paintings. 1.2 WRITE A MINI-ESSAY IN RESPONSE TO THIS STATEMENT: “THE TERM ‘AESTHETIC’ IS MEANINGFUL DESPITE THE DIFFICULTIES FACED IN ATTEMPTING TO DEFINE IT.” YOU SHOULD OUTLINE THE VARIOUS ARGUMENTS, BUT NOT THE EXAMPLES, THAT MARCIA EATON PUTS FORWARD TO EXPLAIN THE DIFFICULTIES FACED IN DEFINING THE AESTHETIC. Aesthetic, formalists defined this term in a multiple way and they argue on which aspects can be used to define it, but the value of this word in a literature is much meaningful. I say it has a value as everyone opinion counts. in a poetic events, people go there for different reason, some for inspiration, some for advices, some for excitement, by the end of the events, everyone will have his/her own remarks about the poet and poetry. A person who needed an advice may give their views on the way they were advised by the poetry, and thus will determine how they felt about the event. Oxford dictionary defined aesthetics as “a set of principles underlying the work of a particular artist or artistic movement”. The aesthetic may be required to use emotions when they express how beautiful the art in place is. When people listen to music, they tend to hear the message portrayed differently as the beauty of that music are not the same at all. Most dictionary don’t have the same meaning when it comes to aesthetic, though this term itself defines what we learn in art, because without it, we won’t know how people are feeling when they see something. QUESTION 2 2.1 DISCUSS, IN A BRIEF ESSAY, THE MAIN FEATURES OF THEORETICAL AND NONTHEORETICAL APPROACHES TO LITERATURE. EXPLAIN WHICH APPROACH IS MORE SCIENTIFIC. AVOID SUB-HEADINGS OR BULLETS IN YOUR ESSAY. Theoretical approaches to literature enjoys a strong evidential foundation collected and verified through extensive applications of scientific methods whose main objective is to explain 3 This study source was downloaded by from CourseH on 11-12-2021 15:28:52 GMT -06:00 This study resource was shared via CourseH Makhubele M.L Student NO: THL1501 OCT/NOV EXAM 2020 phenomenon, while Nontheoretical approaches does not include any kind of theory of subject/practice. The meaning of theory by the study guide is “a theory defines, describes and explains object, events or phenomena”. With this definition, we tend to understand the features that play a huge role in theoretical approaches, as the object need to be define in order for a person to understand what it is, then we describe the same object, by doing so, we can describe an object to a blind person and he/she could understand what is it am describing to them. With theoretical approaches, we also need to explain the meaning behind the object, by explaining, we tend to give practical’s examples and arguments so that the person who is explained about the object could also ask question based on it. We approach theory by giving it all our understanding and by using facts that are real, so that if someone is to research it, will be able to find answers about it.