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CHAPTER SEVEN TEST QUESTION STUDY GUIDE PHILOSOPHY OF ART Multiple Choice 1. The contributing elements to the artistic brilliance of Plato’s dialogues include: A. the characters are fully-realized human beings. B. each dialogue is brief enough to be read in its entirety without interruption. C. the behavior of the characters actually exemplifies the theories Plato is expounding. D. Both A and C E. All of the above _ 2. Plato often made the characters of his dialogues examples of the theories they were expressing. This was designed to demonstrate his belief that: A. there is no real difference between appearance and reality. B. life itself is a form of art. C. the order of the universe is reflected in the order of the soul. D. Both A and B E. All of the above _ 3. Which of the following is an example of the distinction between appearance and reality? A. Arnold looks tall in the movies, but he’s really only five feet six inches. B. My aunt lies about her age. C. The English horn is neither English nor a horn. D. All of the above E. None of the above _ 4. The faculty Plato thinks gives us the ability to tell appearance from reality is: A. imagination. B. intuition. C. reason. D. investigation. E. observation. _ 5. A straight stick looks bent when put halfway under water. Plato uses this example to illustrate the: A. principle of light refraction. B. distinction between appearance and reality. C. artistic structure of his dialogues. D. superiority of reason to observation. E. None of the above__ 6. According to Plato, a person who has true opinions, but does not know what makes them true: A. does not appear to be wise. B. is wise, but cannot lead others to wisdom. C. appears to be wise, but in fact is not. D. has achieved true wisdom by avoiding the conceit of knowledge. E. None of the above __ 7. How does Plato believe…