PSYCHODYNAMIC THEORY The word psychodynamic means to a large group of theories that affects the It is a way that tells that personality of the mind exists in the conscious, subconscious and unconscious states like the unconscious wishes, feelings and thoughts. This theory is presented by Sigmund Freud in which he mentions that personality contains three components which are the id, the ego and the superego. These all work collaboratively in order to make complex human behaviours. Id is associated with the way of thinking or the natural ability and the crave for pleasure. Ego is associated with the intervene in the agreement among them with the need of the reality.
Dewey is persuaded that art is multifaceted. It not only invokes the beholder with visual stimulation, but through emotions also. He insists that real art is the experience of creating or encountering the object (p. 205). Work in turn is no longer a part of the experience, if it is nonexistent, therefore, it is a refined and rather intensified form of experience in life (p. 205). To illustrate, the artist is a producer a work of art and his work is experienced by the observer.
His work ‘A Philosophical Enquiry into the Origin of Our Ideas of the Sublime and Beautiful’ introduces the idea of the sublime state on the mind. He believes that in order to experience the sublime, pain and pleasure must both be initially present. You must experience mental pain and fear with the recognition that this distress is of a fictional nature. It is then that the sense of pleasure is introduced in the delight of relief. (Burke 71) He also states that “If one gets too close to the perception, they no longer experience sublime emotions, only fear” (Burke 30) By this, he is stating that if a bizarre creature comes into contact which is too close, there will be no sense of a sublime relief, only the emotion of fear.
Much like the comic in Bergson’s theory, the soul is restricted by the means of the body. Individuals, their lifestyles, and their beliefs will be restricted under an authoritarian rule. When the body and soul match and agree, one will see “vitality”. In other words, when the values of an individual align with those of the authoritarian rule, one can expect this individual will thrive in this environment. However, often times this is not the case.
actual identities, and love and death in The Picture of Dorian Gray, Wilde conveys the inevitable internal deterioration interwoven with the influence art has upon the human psyche. There are three important aspects portray the influence art has on humanity: the influence that manifesting Dorian’s corruption into a physical form of a portrait has on Dorian’s state of mind, the bias the art of beauty generates towards judgements made when determining an individual’s morality, and the transformation the art of love induces over an individual dependent towards another's affection. Due to this, we are prompted towards acknowledging one conclusion; art, whether premeditated or not, has not only the power to shape our perceptions of the world in which we inhabit, but also the capability to change the world for the better
It clarifies how desire and destruction are connected. The destruction that takes a variety of forms including, literal death, the profanity of a good reputation, mental death, and even financial ruin. Desire is a sense of longing for someone or something. When a person desires a person or an object, his emotions will be excited by the thought of the person, then he will want to take actions to gain his goal or aim. The philosopher Thomas Hobbes asserted that human desire is the essential motivation of all human actions.
Although it may be acceptable that there are pleasures more valuable than others for an individual or even a group, it is unplausible to claim that there are pleasures equally valuable for everybody. I will try to show this by analyzing concepts of desires and fears in Epicurus’ theory. Epicurus’ idea is that fear or desire can be suppressed solely by realization that they have irrational basis. Unfortunately mechanisms of human psychology are far more complex than that. It is not hard to imagine people who would be absolutely terrified after realization that death is the end and that there is no god to save them and what makes this realization appalling is not only irrationality, but certain Weltanschauung or mindset as well.
There are disadvantages to empathy. In some cases, too much of it causes a person to ironically be isolated emotionally. It may also be dangerous if the person is empathetic for a complete stranger, putting their emotions and physical state before confirming they are safe to be around. Empathy 's role in creativity is one where the benefits heavily outweigh the disadvantages throughout its use in the workplace, in the performing arts, in the workplace, and in schools. Dr. Rick Hanson defines empathy as a “feeling and understanding how it is for another person.” (2007, p.1).
Artists who come from different countries such as Japan and Spain will eventually share the same knowledge when it comes to mixing colors. The shared knowledge, in this case, is the ability to realize that if you mix certain colors, they result in a specific color. This thus shapes their knowledge in the way they use a specific color in their artistry. By applying ways of knowing such as the sense of perception, their knowledge of mixing colors will influence how they apply this specific color in their
The Romantic period believed that emotion was a form of intelligence, and art was a path to transcendence. As a result of the change in beliefs, Romantic poetry is often characterized by nature, imagination, memory, and wisdom. Imagination acts as a source of creativity, and allows us to see what is not immediately apparent. The Romantics believed that we could discover the imagination in nature, which often resulted in a harmony of the two. However, there are times when nature and imagination are in conflict with each other; for example, when imagination acts as an illusion, and distracts us from confronting the issue.