skill or knowledge (includes: carpentry, painMng, poetry, rhetoric, governing, etc.) • Mimesis (Mi-‐may-‐sis): ImitaMon of Truth, especially in reference to the work of the “craQsman.” • Essence/Truth: The highest (or “Truest”) form of existence, all-‐encompassing and unchanging. This is what Forms refer to.
Examples Knowledge/ Understanding A Intelligible Forms (ex. Form of the Good) Thought B MathemaMcal/ TheoreMcal Belief C Visible Physical Objects Conjecture/ ImaginaMon D Shadows and Images Towards a higher form cogniMon Towards more “real” objects Hierarchy of Thought
and how you will be wriMng about it. • …tells the reader what they are reading, why they are reading, and what they will ﬁnd out. • …set up your argument, judgment, or insight you will be providing the reader. • …should be speciﬁc, clear, and usually argue a single point.
the Last Suppers of Tintorego and da Vinci. Weak In Tintorego’s Last Supper, food takes a much more prominent social and narraMve role than in da Vinci’s Last Supper. Strongest I would like to talk about the representaMon of food in the da Vinci’s Last Supper and Tintorego’s Last Supper. Stronger