Learn English Grammar From A–Z
- This eternal reality may be God, it may be eternal principles of justice or aesthetics, or it may be the ultimate laws of nature.
- The politics of representation are often a detriment to the appreciation of aesthetics.
- However she admits it is necessary to have an appreciation of aesthetics as well as the technical skills.
- Blue skies are a natural phenomena; principles of aesthetics and design are not.
- They have a much greater appreciation of aesthetics.
- Appreciation of conventional cinema aesthetics, among both filmmakers and their intended audience, may be naïve or limited.
- A butterfly's wing is a uniquely visual exhibition, not only of the aesthetics of nature, but of the machinery of evolution.
- Chartres new luminosity and stained-glass windows illustrate a second principle of medieval aesthetics.
- Thanks again for what you are doing to contribute to an appreciation of aesthetics.
- But how many of us have ever appreciated the aesthetics of the underground terrain as we go from here to there?
- There is a lack of overarching concern for aesthetics or consistency that runs deep within our political infrastructure.
- However, real ‘urban design’ is not a matter for any profession and is not merely concerned with aesthetics.
- This does not mean that aesthetics is irrational - see above.
- Mindful of public aesthetics and my reputation, I put the garage door down first.
- The addition of these trees to the school grounds will enhance the aesthetics of the landscape.
- Concerns over health and esthetics motivated this campaign.
- I spend less in the rooms and more in the common spaces, where wear and aesthetics are a concern.
- I also appreciated the aesthetics of the heat sink.
- The extended chokes especially are popular with clay-target shooters - and hunters less concerned with aesthetics.
- ‘Physical fitness concerns itself more with aesthetics and appearance,’ he says.