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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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1%) about gingival esthetics than those with > 10 years' experience (p=0.
Key Words: esthetics, dental; continuing dental education; over bite; knowledge; gingiva.
Anterior dental esthetics can be subdivided descriptively into facial, dental and gingival components.
Wiseman thus invites the reader to think about social science in much broader terms, terms that include esthetic issues.
Morag Currin is the author of Oncology Esthetics: A Practitioner's Guide, founder of Health Challenged Esthetics, and international director and trainer of the Morag Currin Method of Oncology Esthetics.
Health Challenged Esthetics (HCE), the training and education community for the skin care professional, prepares licensed estheticians to provide comfort and relief to individuals with various skin sensitivities.
To forget trauma is to be amoral and amnesiac; to remember trauma alone is to refuse to turn cessation into continuance, to resist the ethic and esthetics of survival.
Neo-avant-garde positions such as arte povera find themselves continuously confronted with the question of whether and how, given the totalizing demands of spectacle culture, spaces and practices of resistance can remain open at all and still allow for the cultural articulation of concepts of subjectivity that would retain the affective, cognitive, and mnemonic differentiation of experience implicit in the definition of the esthetic.
Or to bring the examples nearer home, a course in a esthetics does not aim to teach the improvement of taste.
8] This was quite a momentous step leading to the identification of a esthetics with art and the philosophy of art, and generally to the displacement of enquiries into the beautiful in nature.
It comes as no surprise, given his lack of academic training and his decisively pragmatic biases, that Continental philosophy is a somewhat muddled area for him, even though Homemade Esthetics demonstrates that Greenberg has read Kant's Critique of Judgment more attentively than most of those who have reproached him for his alleged Kantianism.
I would recommend Homemade Esthetics not only to those with a genuine commitment to art but also to anyone for whom a genuine commitment to the political in art starts with distrust of art-world politics.