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Aesthetics

Physical beauty. It is an important concept in marketing because consumers may be more inclined to buy a product they find aesthetically pleasing.
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- What are the trends and opportunities in the aesthetic, dermatological & plastic surgery market?
"I am so excited to host the Aesthetic Everything Beauty Expo this year in Scottsdale, Arizona.
To improve the interpretability, several neuropsychological and neuroaesthetic models of aesthetic perception of visual textures have been proposed [9].
THE Aesthetic Show is an annual exhibition and conference focused on the field of aesthetic medicine.
A 48-year-old female patient presents aesthetic problems related to the condition of the hard and soft tissue in the frontal maxillary sector (Figure 1), in particular coronal fracture of 1.3, abnormality of shape, volume and color of 1.1, asymmetry of the gingival margin with relative height, and volume alteration of mesial and distal papilla.
In effect, the problem of this intellectual exercise was to ascertain what epistemologically constitute aesthetic knowledge; and how should the various aspects of aesthetics knowledge be packaged and cultivated in learners.
In music, an aesthetic experience tends to favour an outstanding composition of intrinsic worth; however, that selection, rich in content, may prove to be unintelligible when there is little understanding and aural awareness.**
The Aesthetic Awards close the show each year to honor the best procedural outcomes and innovations by medical aesthetic physicians in the country, as selected by a panel of physician peers.
Kant's aesthetic theory has always been the main critical target of Berleant's views and he again launches a heavy attack against it.
Where the contributors to Aesthetic Dimensions agree in the most general inclination of their projects, few of them seem to share a common understanding of aesthetics itself.
ERIC Descriptors: Art Education; Foreign Countries; Aesthetics; Self Concept; Interpersonal Competence; Teaching Methods; Creativity; Imagination; Educational Research; Educational Philosophy; Learning Processes; Sensory Experience
John Adams' vision of the American political system, with its division of powers into three branches, is inseparable from the classical aesthetic value of balance (52).