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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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These practices are less interested in a relational aesthetic than in the creative rewards of collaborative activity--whether in the form of working with preexisting communities or establishing one's own interdisciplinary network.
Nasdaq:ELOS) manufactures and distributes medical aesthetic devices that are powered by the proprietary, patented elos combined-energy technology of bi-polar radio frequency and light.
4) Aesthetic Realism, the philosophy founded by American poet and educator Eli Siegel (1902-78), is based on the principle, "All beauty is a making one of opposites, and the making one of opposites is what we are going after in ourselves.
By removing it from its accustomed channels--that of the corporate realm--and placing it in an aesthetic context, genetic engineering, devoid of its utilitarian hegemony, produces the Glofish: a gratuitous and convivial use of technology.
the body's kinesthetic and aesthetic modes of learning, thus ushering plural modes of consciousness and plural modes of knowing into our scholarly and pedagogical work.
I hope to persuade you that this aesthetic absorption of evangelical eschatology decisively transforms it into an experience of The Present.
Even more ambitious is Eddy Zemach's essay, "What is an Aesthetic Property?
Aesthetic Frame & Art plans to continue to support both lines with independent product design and distribution.
Tomko asserts that the "functionalization of dance for establishing Americans' sense of a national heritage has proven largely unique to the Progressive era" (211), but that dance remains the most accessible form of aesthetic expression for the greatest number of people in our society.
Aesthetic attention is attention directed toward aesthetic objects, events or properties.
Ethical questions, he maintains, are better tackled from within aesthetic philosophy as a result of the alleged shortcomings of universalist ethics.
Scientists sometimes choose between theories on the grounds of aesthetic judgements about those theories.