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This set of Western Aesthetics Multiple Choice Questions & Answers (MCQs) focuses on Western Aesthetics Set 7

Q1 | -------------------- is a positive force according to Freud.
Q2 | Aesthetics for Freud is a form of:
Q3 | Freud stated that, ----------------------- is a way to project neurosis, pain andtrauma on to a canvas or music.
Q4 | The school of ----------------- treats beauty as an experience rather than anobjective quality of the object.
Q5 | ------------------------- is not just any reaction but very vital and importantexperience.
Q6 | To call something beautiful or artistic is to declare that it is a source of:
Q7 | An object as aesthetically valuable always depends upon the extent of the---------------------------- of the aesthetic experience itself.
Q8 | Indian thinkers called the aesthetic experience as:
Q9 | For -------------------- aesthetical experience is undesirable.
Q10 | Who elevated aesthetic experiences to a healthy cathartic influence?
Q11 | Most of the modern theories of aesthetics consider both ------------------------- asthe source of aesthetic experience.
Q12 | According to modern Aesthetic thinkers main feature of aesthetic experience is:
Q13 | The element of --------------------- makes an intrinsic value in each aestheticexperience.
Q14 | Among modern thinkers who identified aesthetic experience as disinterestedpleasure.
Q15 | Hutcheson emphasized the need of a/an ---------------- for acquiring aestheticexperience.
Q16 | Kant called the object of disinterested satisfaction as:
Q17 | ‘Art is an experience in its most articulate and adequate form’. Who proposedthis view?
Q18 | The linguistic expression of aesthetic experience is called:
Q19 | The terms such as beautiful, attractive, pretty, grand and sublime, etc. arecommonly called:
Q20 | --------------------- is an expression of how the thing appears to us.
Q21 | The terms used for expressing our appreciation are called:
Q22 | Which is treated as a negative aesthetic predicate?
Q23 | Who emphasis the role of economic structure in the process of creation of awork of art and also appreciation of the same?
Q24 | What is common between the moral and aesthetic judgments?