aesthetic philosophy

aesthetic philosophy

Realism is a difficult aesthetic philosophy to define. In a way, the Theatre has always take "real life" as its fundamental subject,

Realism is a difficult aesthetic philosophy to define. In a way, the Theatre has always take "real life" as its fundamental subject, so realism seems at first glance to be the perfect style with which to approach the reality of existence." (Cohen, pg. 215) Realism stood out to me because those our my favorite kinds of performances. Realism is important to me because I believe its a huge aspect about life and something everyone should be well rounded about. In performances that our based on true stories its so similar to those real life situation that many of us can connect too and thats why I even enjoy watching documentaries. Realism was a very early movement and many events were romantic at the beginning. Love stories and others. 

Cohen, R. & Sherman, D. (2017). Theatre, Brief, 11th Edition. [Yuzu]. Retrieved from
https://reader.yuzu.com/#/books/undefined/

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Benjamin Arldt 
RE: Genres and History

One of the things I think most people pull from realism is the fact that they can relate to it in some way.
The real-life scenario draws and connects the audience, as the playwright, director, and actors produce
evidence and allows the audience to arrive at their own conclusion (Cohen & Sherman, 2017, p. 216). It is
a way of viewing societal topics and humanity. The characters of realism pull on the tremendously
powerful audience empathy to address real-world moments, as if companions of human discovery in
sharing thoughts and feelings (Cohen & Sherman, 2017, p. 217). The characters pull at the hearts of the
audience and draw out this connection while examining one’s self.
Reference
Cohen, R. & Sherman, D. (2017). Theatre, Brief, (11th ed.). [Yuzu]. New York, NY: McGraw-Hill
Education. Retrieved from  https://reader.yuzu.com/#/books/undefined/
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