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Art Education as an Expression of Phenomenon

  • Ali Öztürk
Part of the Analecta Husserliana book series (ANHU, volume 102)

Abstract

Expression

Expression is often defined as a showing of feelings that come from the inner world. Expression,
  • is the natural or intentional reaction in which emotional processes are made and reflected as a concrete phenomenon.

  • is the product of commenting tools which are activating the feelings such as music.

  • is the self-reflection towards values of art, literature and technology products.

Keywords

Critical Thinking Artistic Creation Artistic Expression Intentional Reaction Training Artist 
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