aesthetics

[ es-thet-iks or, esp. British, ees- ]SEE DEFINITION OF aesthetics
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The author shows his familiarity with the standard books on aesthetics.

But the whole volume is full of indirect suggestion on aesthetics.

Of this nature is a great deal of what has been written on aesthetics.

What is true of mysticism in general, is true also of its manifestation in aesthetics.

Materials of beauty surveyed, 76 et seq.Methods in aesthetics, 5.

Miser's fallacy, its parallel in morals and aesthetics, 31, 32.

After this can one wonder at the success of mediocre talents in aesthetics?

There can be no civilization without its concomitants of aesthetics.

It has only revolutionized aesthetics, but here it is a question only of aesthetics.

But let us keep to the human average, and to the question of aesthetics.

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