Understanding theater requires an emotional response, but different watchers have different responses depending on their experiences of life, their beliefs, and their personal qualities, so different watchers come to different understandings. It appears that only relativism would allow for different understandings of the same performance, but Chapter 11 argues that elements of a performance have certain emotion-engaging properties, and these are misunderstood by those who are not attuned to them.
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