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aesthetic
used in The Sunlight Dialogues

10 uses
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Definition
related to beauty or good taste — often referring to one's appreciation of beauty or one's sense of what is beautiful

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beautiful or tasteful
  • How the annihilation is accomplished is an irrelevant detail, a matter of aesthetics.
    11 — The Dialogue of Houses (80% in)
  • Finally, fruit was brought in in what one of the texts takes the trouble to describe as a beautiful arrangement, thus adding an aesthetic touch comparable to the Egyptian use of flowers on such occasions.
    7 — The Dialogue on Wood and Stone (51% in)
  • —not because they had any love for the poor but because they had a love for things, brute matter—unsullied cities, aesthetic creations.
    7 — The Dialogue on Wood and Stone (55% in)
  • Freeman said, "Other things are aesthetically useful, appealing to the beauty-loving faculties of man, such as pictures and prints and poetry and pot-boilers and policeman-watching and playing the harmonicum.
    13 — Nah ist—und schwer zu fassen der Gott (65% in)
  • "The aesthetic response is in large part a response to order as moral affirmation," Freeman said.
    13 — Nah ist—und schwer zu fassen der Gott (66% in)
  • An aesthetic side.
    14 — The Wilderness (64% in)
  • "There is an aesthetic side to the question," Will said.
    14 — The Wilderness (65% in)
  • Painters and musicians have a marked aesthetic proclivity.
    14 — The Wilderness (66% in)
  • " "If the Universe is apprehended aesthetically, which is to say in terms of sensation—"
    14 — The Wilderness (66% in)
  • —of the aesthetic proclivity is, in one word, immm-oral!
    14 — The Wilderness (67% in)

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