By Anna-Teresa Tymieniecka
Good looks fulfils human lifestyles. because it registers in our aesthetic event, attractiveness complements nature’s attraction round us and our inward event lifting our soul towards ethical elevation. This selection of art-explorations seeks the basic ties of the Human . It endeavors to provide an explanation for the relation of good looks and human lifestyles, and explores a number of the elements of good looks.
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I The relationship between art and beauty has to confront its own historical character, and therefore its contingent fate. 2 This preclusion is essential because often, historical positions are mistaken for teleological positions. In this state of affairs, surrogate forms of measure frame art and beauty. The expectation would be that of a standardized ground that gives us a system of values by which art and beauty are supposed to be ‘rationalized’ and ‘made sense’ of. So when I argue that the relationship between art and beauty needs to confront its historical character, I mean that even the idea of history must partake of the dilemma that arises between art and beauty.
Hartman and W. Schwarts (New York: Dover, 1988), p. 41. PIERO TRUPIA THE SEMANTICS OF BEAUTY The Grammar of the Sign and the Phenomenological Gaze for a Knowledge of Reality beyond the Sign INTRODUCTION Aquinas holds that beauty is claritas. This is the Truth in its splendor, purity, and glory. Beauty is not a fictional artifact superimposed upon the features of the ordinary world. Beauty lets the essence of things appear as well as their mutual belonging and, sometimes, their cosmic togetherness.
1 The walls define the border between the city, the world of human affairs, and the world beyond human distinctions and constructions, the world of nature. And it is in this domain outside of everyday human experience that this dialogue unfolds throughout. The opening lines of the dialogue, besides placing it outside of everydayness, are also concerned with the notions of essentiality, contingency, and authenticity. In the very first line Socrates asks, “My friend Phaedrus! ”2 Socrates here is not just making pleasantries with Phaedrus but asks after Phaedrus’ identity.