aesthetical


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aes•thet•i•cal

or es•thet•i•cal

(ɛsˈθɛt ɪ kəl)

adj.
of or relating to aesthetics.
[1790–1800]
aes•thet′i•cal•ly, adv.
ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Adj.1.aesthetical - concerning or characterized by an appreciation of beauty or good tasteaesthetical - concerning or characterized by an appreciation of beauty or good taste; "the aesthetic faculties"; "an aesthetic person"; "aesthetic feeling"; "the illustrations made the book an aesthetic success"
References in classic literature ?
Perhaps because I never found his work of great ethical or aesthetical proportions, but recognized that it pretended to be good only within its strict limitations, I recur to it now without that painful feeling of a diminished grandeur in it, which attends us so often when we go back to something that once greatly pleased us.
It seems not worth while to execute with too much pains some one intellectual, or aesthetical, or civil feat, when presently the dream will scatter, and we shall burst into universal power.
New inexpensive technologies have allowed people with a camera and computer to become their own production studios capable of producing high-quality images and sounds, but the necessary media aesthetical skills required to effectively translate these messages are not included in any package or bubble wrap-filled box.
KoyE is accused in our time by literary critics of neglecting the aesthetical aspects of poetry and (miss)using his language and his for the sake of his political believes.
Joy is endlessly beautiful and worldwide the most important driver of a brand's strength and buying decision is from design and aesthetical appeal.
Luhrmann has previously been an aesthetical enfant terrible, his adaptation of Romeo And Juliet and his wonderfully wonky Moulin Rouge were both films as likely to make your head spin as they were to make you fall in love with them.
He was renowned in publishing circles for his blend of fictional journalism and factual fiction termed by literary critic William Buckley, Contemporaneous Ratiocinative Aesthetical Prolegomena.
Isabella Nardi takes this seminal text as her point of departure and discusses aesthetical and technical theories in relation to other texts that followed, many of which are single-author works and of diverse geographical origins.
It gives us the opportunity to make the most difference in the kinds of photographs people make, because we can give them technical, compositional, and aesthetical feedback while they are still in the process of making the photographs," Johnson says.
While Murayama may enable us to understand the differences in the general aesthetical and philosophical principles of the Brothers Grimm, he idealizes these principles and interprets them too literally.
The polemics caused in 1925 by the vaudeville show La Revue Negre were based on the revelation of a black aesthetical genie, and of its positive or negative impact on French culture.
More specifically, I intend to demonstrate how Schopenhauer's perception of aesthetical observation may elucidate one of Borges's most controversial texts: the short story "El Zahir.