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es·thet·ic

(es-thet'ik),
1. Pertaining to the sensations.
2. Pertaining to esthetics (that is, beauty).
[G. aisthēsis, sensation]

aesthetic

adjective
(1) Referring to that which is pleasing to the senses, as in aesthetic (cosmetic) surgery.
(2) Referring to sensation (obsolete).

es·thet·ic

(es-thet'ik)
1. Pertaining to the sensations.
2. Pertaining to esthetics (i.e., beauty).
Synonym(s): aesthetic.
[G. aisthēsis, sensation]

es·thet·ic

(es-thet'ik)
1. Pertaining to the sensations.
2. Pertaining to esthetics (i.e., beauty).
[G. aisthēsis, sensation]
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Wiseman thus invites the reader to think about social science in much broader terms, terms that include esthetic issues.
Conclusions: Both cases show nice results meeting the orthodontists' treatment goals as well as providing an esthetic treatment modality.
Diagnosis: She presents with pleasing and well-balanced facial esthetics.
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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.
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.