The Principles of Beauty

Author: John Addington Symonds

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Category: Aesthetics

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John Keats The Principle of Beauty

Author: Ronald Gorell Barnes Gorell

Publisher: Ardent Media

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Page: 126

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John Keats The Principle of Beauty

Author: Ronald Gorell Barnes Gorell

Publisher: Ardent Media

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Page: 126

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The Sense of Beauty

It is remarkably appropriate that this work on aesthetics should have been written by George Santayana, who is probably the most brilliant philosophic writer and the philosopher with the strongest sense of beauty since Plato.

Author: George Santayana

Publisher: Courier Corporation

ISBN: 0486117456

Category: Philosophy

Page: 192

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The great philosopher, essayist, poet, and novelist masterfully offers his fascinating outline of Aesthetics Theory. Drawing on the art, literature, and social sciences involved, Santayana discusses the nature of beauty, form, and expression.

John Keats The Principle of Beauty

Author: Ronald Gorell Barnes Gorell

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The principles of beauty with a classification of deformities An essay on the temperaments and Thoughts on Grecian and Gothic architecture Ed by C C Hankin

Author: Mary Anne Schimmelpenninck

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The Natural Principles of Beauty

existence of a definite law of beauty , and to advance the doctrine that beauty is
not a quality in the object itself , but a feeling of admiration originating in the mind
of the observer through association of ideas , habit , natural affection , or some ...

Author: David Ramsay Hay

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Category: Anatomy, Artistic

Page: 48

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A Grammar of Rhetoric and Polite Literature comprehending the principles of language and style etc

the language is used in a more vague signification than beauty Illus . ... But when
we endeavour to apply this principle to beautiful objects of some other kind , as to
colour , for instance , or motion , we shall soon find that it has no place .

Author: Alexander JAMIESON (LL.D.)

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The Principles of Beauty as Manifested in Nature Art and Human Character

TRAVESTIES OF THE BEAUTIFUL . I. The second style of Beauty , or the
Beautiful , has for its germinal principles the desire to please others in order to
make them happy , and the loving flexibility which gives the power of adaptation
to their ...

Author: Mary Anne Schimmelpenninck

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Category: Aesthetics

Page: 398

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The English Novel and the Principle of Its Development

been from time immemorial that wherever there is contest as between artistic and
moral beauty, unless the moral side prevail, all is lost. Let any sculptor hew us out
the most ravishing combination of tender curves and spheric softness that ever ...

Author: Sidney Lanier

Publisher: Library of Alexandria

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Category: English fiction

Page: 293

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The Philosophy of the Beautiful

all things really beautiful do , as a matter of fact , give pleasure . 3 . A much more
respectable , although also a very partial theory , is that which finds the principle
of Beauty in order and symmetry ; in other words , in proportion , fitness , or the ...

Author: William Angus Knight

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Category: Aesthetics

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Rudimentary Treatise on the Principles of Design in Architecture

On similar principles we may account for all other beautiful or ugly relations in the
dimensions of architectural members , of which we will examine several further
on . On the whole , it may be doubted whether there is any purely ocular beauty ...

Author: Edward Lacy Garbett

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Category: Architectural design

Page: 247

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The Orthographic Beauty of the Parthenon

THE PRINCIPLES OF BEAUTY IN COLOURING SYSTEMISED . Octavo . 14
Coloured Diagrams . Second Edition . Price 15s . This book was published in
1845 , at one guinea ; but the Author finding that its usefulness amongst some
classes ...

Author: David Ramsay Hay

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Category: Architecture

Page: 33

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Architectural Maxims and Theorems in Elucidation of Some of the Principles of Design and Construction

Can it be supposed by any , who have thought on the subject , that beauty of form
or gracefulness of proportion , even in ... No doubt then that there are different
qualities of beauty ; but still there must be some leading principle , of which these
 ...

Author: Thomas Leverton Donaldson

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Category: Architecture

Page: 105

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The principles of form in ornamental art by Charles Martel

One condition of beauty then exists in the mixture of straight and curved lines —
in variety added to unity . Unity is the symbol of all beauty . This principle is fruitful
in results , for it comprehends variety in unity . If in another art , we consider the ...

Author: Thomas Delf

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Category: Decoration and ornament

Page: 67

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The Principles of Success in Literature

Beauty deprived of its proper foils and adjuncts ceases to be enjoyed as beauty ,
just as light deprived of all shadow ceases to be enjoyed as light . A white canvas
cannot produce an effect of sunshine ; the painter must darken it in some ...

Author: George Henry Lewes

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Page: 163

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The Principles and Methods of Human Culture a Series of Lectures Addressed to Young Teachers by William Russell Editor of the American Boston Journal of Education 1826 to 1829

... perception and recognition of positive beauty and perfection , and in forming
the tastes and babits of the individual by a strict but genial preventive discipline ,
which should preclude the tendency to deviation from the principles of beauty
and ...

Author: William Russell

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THE SCIENCE OF AESTHETICS OR THE NATURE INDS LAW AND USES OF BEAUTY

Because utility is not the exclusive ground of beauty, therefore, he concludes it is
no ground at all. This is the principle of his fallacious reasoning, — appearing
openly and in form, and also disguised in his denial that there is any beauty at all
 ...

Author: HENRY N. DAY

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The Science of Aesthetics

Because utility is not the exclusive ground of beauty , therefore , he concludes it
is no ground at all . This is the principle of his fallacious reasoning , —appearing
openly and in form , and also disguised in his denial that there is any beauty at all
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Author: Henry Noble Day

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Page: 434

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An Encyclop dia of Gardening

intending that this beauty should distinguish the English from the Chinese style ;
simplicity is also the ruling principle of Lord Kaimes ; Girardin includes every
beauty under “ truth and nature , " and every rule “ under the unity of the whole ,
and ...

Author: John Claudius Loudon

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Category: Gardening

Page: 1278

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