- From 1972 to 1987, he was the director of the Department of Music, and from 1987 to 1994, the General Coordinator of aesthetic activities of that institution.
- The game includes aspects of physical, musical, and aesthetic activities, with the latter two being translated to become more physical with the use of the Kinect controller.
- This cultural Darwinism is most pronounced in the United States where public subsidy is limited and publicly supported aesthetic activities are expected to demonstrate a direct public benefit.
- Paris will host an exhibition on France, Lyon will look at the richness and diversity of the French language, and Avignon will be transformed into the capital of " beauty " and aesthetic activity.
- :Since the Greeks the predominant attitude of thinkers towards intellectual activity was to glorify it insofar as ( like aesthetic activity ) it finds its satisfaction in itself, apart from any attention to the advantages it may procure.
- In a parallel direction, it had been clearly specified that the new research of the aesthetic activity liberated from the servitudes of figuration, required a deeper coincidence of the substance and form : We must reach a synthesis where neither colour nor form nor content is absent.
- David Hesmondhalgh writes that by Cultural production Bourdieu intends a very broad understanding of culture, in line with the tradition of classical sociology, including science ( which in turn includes social science ), law and religion, as well as expressive-aesthetic activities such as art, literature and music.
- Early pieces such as " Towards a Philosophy of the Act " and " Author and Hero in Aesthetic Activity " are indebted to the philosophical trends of the time particularly the Marburg School Neo-Kantianism of Hermann Cohen, including Ernst Cassirer, Max Scheler and, to a lesser extent, Nicolai Hartmann.
- The sustained use of Picnic Point and adjacent parkland as a tract of contiguous land reserves devoted to the primary purpose of public recreation and to an appreciation of the natural landscape, demonstrates the enduring importance of this type of leisure and aesthetic activity for Queenslanders from the time of European settlement.