What was aristotle's theory of catharsis?

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Aristotle writes that the function of tragedy is to arouse the emotions of
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Go to: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catharsis.
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seriously, rent the movie! hmmm. The movie is a 'feel-good' buddy cop Lethal Weapon clone. The movie also plays on our stereotypes, both in real-life and our perceived stereotypes
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Freud believed that allowing emotional energy to discharge would alleviate the pressure behind the problem. Thus, lashing out when angry was more beneficial than internalizing the
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Cathartically means relating to or producing catharsis. It is an emotional release. According to psychoanalytic theory, this emotional release is linked to a need ...
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