thetics

thetics

the setting forth of propositions or principles. — thetic, thetical, adj.
See also: Rhetoric and Rhetorical Devices
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A sympa- thetic comparison of mental notes would have been a joy to him.
I felt sorry for him--almost sympa- thetic, till (seeing that I did not vanish) he spoke in a tone of forced restraint.
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Steve Jobs was nothing if not someone meticulous about the small details with an eye for aesA[degrees] thetics and general savvy that showed in the products his comA[degrees] pany created and the way he brought Apple Computers into the 21st century.
Second, Hudson's prose, especially in the second essay, is thick with jargon and neologisms (e.g., culturology, historiosophical, praxial, thetics) and most if not all readers will puzzle over what might be meant by "Lonergarian techniques" (91) and "Ignatian practices of discernment" (97).
The enigma of facial beauty: es- thetics, proportions, deformity, and controversy.
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However since it is an acknowledged fact that psychosocial concerns due to undesirable dental aes- thetics may be as severe or even more severe than the biological problems the indices at present in use have been complained as deficient in psychosocial factor.8