(aesthesia) sensibility: mental responsiveness and awareness
(aesthesis) sensation: an unelaborated elementary awareness of stimulation; "a sensation of touch"
Aesthetic is an EP by the rock band From First to Last, released in 2003. It was the band's first release. In 2008, Aesthetic has become available again in the iTunes Store.
(Aesthesis) Sensation is the fiction-writing mode for portraying a character's perception of the senses. According to Ron Rozelle, “. . .the success of your story or novel will depend on many things, but the most crucial is your ability to bring your reader into it. ...
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The study of art or beauty; That which appeals to the senses; Concerned with beauty, artistic impact, or appearance
(Aesthetics) The science which treats of the beautiful, and its various modes of representation in Nature and art ; the philosophy of the fine arts.
(aesthetics) A branch of philosophy; the study of art and theories about the nature and components of aesthetic experience.
(Aesthetics) A term dealing with form, design, and/or quality of construction of a particular sign, building, site or structure, that presents a judgmental statement concerning the level of beauty or artistic value.
(Aesthetics) The sum total of the visual response to the beauty of an object. Elements of aesthetics may include: color, shape or particular features of the object.
(aesthetics) The general perception of a sign’s artistic merit or beauty, both on its own and in relation to its surroundings. The design, construction, materials and colors of a sign all factor into its aesthetic appeal.
(Aesthetics) n. A slang term for any type of simple cosmetic surgery.
(aesthetics) concerned with the qualities of appearance; visual appeal; good taste; beauty
(Aesthetics) The principle of taste and of art : the philosophy of fine arts.
(Aesthetics) Having to do with non-tangible attributes such as artistic appeal, cultural value, or beauty.
(Aesthetics) (concept, tool, measurable outcome) Artists are often called upon for community celebration, entertainment, or upgrading the look of a place. The skills and tools they employ are not often fully understood and not often used to their fullest potential. ...
(Aesthetics) Aaron Smuts, Temple University, U. S. A.
(Aesthetics) An individual's appreciation of the forest landscape for its unique and varied components without regard to its utility or monetary value.
(Aesthetics) Big, bold color. Simple.
(Aesthetics) Cognitive --Intellectual
(Aesthetics) Concepts of well-formedness. Our course has worked to get a sense of the assumptions of well-formedness, folk aesthetics, that cause delight and appreciation within a folk group.