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The study of aesthetics deals with art criticism and art history. Which aesthetic theory focuses on design elements and organizational
principles? A. emotionalism B. formalism C. imitationalism
C. emotionalism
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User: The study of aesthetics deals with art criticism and art history. Which aesthetic theory focuses on design elements and organizational principles?

User: The study of aesthetics deals with art criticism and art history. Which aesthetic theory focuses on design elements and organizational principles? A. emotionalism B. formalism C. imitationalism

Weegy: C. emotionalism
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