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Plato and the Affect of Art and Poetry

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Their actions are guided by their desire to discover and attain knowledge of the absolute truth or true "form." These forms are an aspect of reality, that consists of unchanging, eternal, perfect entities. According to Plato, only the forms can be objects of knowledge. In other words, there is only one true object, which is the form, and everything else is just a replica or "imitation" of that form...
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Imitations are often associated with imagination, in the sense that imaginative people take mere images and shadows as the most real things. Plato believes that imagination is the lowest grade of cognitive activity. In the state of imagination, people derive their images about themselves and the world from art and poetry...
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