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aesthetic argumentの例文

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  • Those who favored a balcony accepted Gund's aesthetic arguments and liked the visibility a balcony afforded.
  • An aesthetic argument can be made in favor of this style since it makes reading more enjoyable and less tedious.
  • His commentary used studies of Greek art by Winckelmann and Gotthold Ephraim Lessing, as well as aesthetic arguments by John Ruskin.
  • As an aesthetic argument, though, the controversies go back at least to Duchamp's " Nude Descending a Staircase ."
  • Greg Klymkiw of Film Corner said the film " might well provide the most persuasive aesthetic argument to save these islands at all costs ".
  • Indeed, there are good aesthetic arguments to be made for all five films, and that's a rare enough occurrence in Oscar history to be worth celebrating.
  • I understand your aesthetic argument, Angr, and it makes some sense, as does BenRG's link above, but I, personally, would choose accuracy over aesthetics.
  • Such albums are not only easier to market _ there's often a story and something of an aesthetic argument behind them _ but they're often more engaging to listen to than informal affairs.
  • A : I receive many letters from people eager to justify bad behavior, but yours is the first that attempts an aesthetic argument : It's OK to steal from those who make bad art.
  • He's a star, the only one we've got, and he earned his fame by fashioning a punchy prose style and using it to wade into aesthetic arguments with the force of a bully in a bar.
  • The focused aesthetic arguments of that book are foretold in Johnson's description of the book as being " about the style and nothing but the style . " By December 1930, the first written proposal for an exhibition of the " new architecture " was set down, yet the first draft of the book was not complete until some months later.
  • Brevity is famously the soul of wit, just for starters-- even if the fall season is short on short comedies . ( Why, in heaven's name, is Larry Shue's nonsensical comedy " The Foreigner " a grinding two and a half ? ) But a more general aesthetic argument can also be made for the superiority of the one-act, intermissionless format.
  • Eiffel was similarly unworried, pointing out to a journalist that it was premature to judge the effect of the tower solely on the basis of the drawings, that the Champ de Mars was distant enough from the monuments mentioned in the protest for there to be little risk of the tower overwhelming them, and putting the aesthetic argument for the tower : " Do not the laws of natural forces always conform to the secret laws of harmony ?"