a degree of detachment from or nonidentification with the characters or circumstances of a work of art, permitting the formation of judgments based on aesthetic rather than extra-aesthetic criteria.
But Johnson of Cheshire lacked the aesthetic distance required of sustained irony and had a grander purpose in mind.
The Merry-Thought: or the Glass-Window and Bog-House Miscellany Hurlo Thrumbo (pseudonym)
the physical placement of a performance so that the perspective of the audience is aesthetic and objective
Aesthetic distance permits objective response even in the face of subjective experiences.
- Aesthetic labour
noun workers employed by a company for their appearance or accent, with the aim of promoting the company’s image
- Aesthetic movement
noun an artistic and literary movement of the late 19th century based on the motto was “art for art’s sake” and arguing that art was not to be utilitarian or practical Examples Huge cultural and social changes occurred because more than a decorative style, the Aesthetic Movement reflected an attitude. Historical Examples But it happened […]
of or relating to . Contemporary Examples As the gallery puts it, Mercier’s works “imply that function is part of an aesthetical proposition.” This Bench Recycles Bad Carpet as Good Art Blake Gopnik June 26, 2013 Historical Examples aesthetical judgements can be divided just like theoretical (logical) judgements into empirical and pure. Kant’s Critique of […]
according to or its principles. in an manner. Contemporary Examples My abs, aesthetically my weakest feature, no longer made me nervous. Does Sexercise Work? Meghan Pleticha May 25, 2010 News Bento: An aesthetically pleasing news aggregator that can hold as much news as you want to collect in it. Must-Have Apps: What To Download On […]