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The aesthetic experience is generally considered to be an event or object that produces an experience not necessarily positive, but one that still produces an exciting, enlightening, or even a transcendental effect. One necessary element is the figurative meaning of the object or event that allows it to stand for something else in a set of tropes, such as metaphor, metonym, among others. This encoded communication between artist and audience elevates the experience of the piece to something more than (and also less than) "real." In order for the maximum aesthetic effect to be possible, it helps to have an ideal audience member who has all the elements required to enjoy a piece, such as taste, education, etc. There are many accounts on what the aesthetic experience is, and some common threads are visible among them.
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Aesthetics may be defined narrowly as the theory of beauty, or more broadly as that together with the philosophy of art. The traditional interest in beauty itself broadened, in the eighteenth century, to include the sublime, and since 1950 or so the number of pure aesthetic concepts discussed in the literature has expanded even more. Traditionally, the philosophy of art concentrated on its definition, but recently this has not been the focus, with careful analyses of aspects of art largely replacing it. Philosophical aesthetics is here considered to center on these latter-day developments. Thus, after a survey of ideas about beauty and related concepts, questions about the value of aesthetic experience and the variety of aesthetic attitudes will be addressed, before turning to matters which separate art from pure aesthetics, notably the presence of intention. That will lead to a survey of some of the main definitions of art which have been proposed, together with an account of the recent “de-definition” period. The concepts of expression, representation, and the nature of art objects will then be covered.. In particular, the broadening of the aesthetic tradition in recent years has led theorists to give more attention to sport. And there are many sports which are pre-eminently seen in moral, “character-building” terms, for example, mountaineering, and the various combat sports (like boxing and wrestling). sports like gymnastics, diving, and synchronized swimming, which are the ones he claims are aesthetic, and on the other hand the “achievement,” or “purposive’ sports, like those combat sports above. Task sports have less “art” in them, since they are not as creative as the purposive ones.

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