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aesthetic awarenessの例文

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  • But for Schopenhauer aesthetic awareness does constitute a form of knowledge, giving insight into a reality beyond mere scientific inquiry.
  • The city itself gives " Beautification Awards " to the judged most beautiful houses in order to maintain this high level of aesthetic awareness.
  • In his teaching and writing he tried to develop there qualities in his students and the reading public, to raise their aesthetic awareness.
  • Raj Bisaria tried to infuse a new sense of consciousness with regard to the dramatic and performing arts and aesthetic awareness of the performing arts in northern India.
  • In the late Muromachi period in the 16th century, this aesthetic awareness would develop into the accomplishment known as " kMdM ", which is the art of enjoying the incense of smouldering " kMboku ".
  • In the late Muromachi period in the 16th century, this aesthetic awareness would develop into the accomplishment known as " kMdM ", which is the art of enjoying the incense of smouldering " koboku ".
  • During the 15th and 16th centuries, the Tuscan aristocracy, who had forsaken their medieval castles for the political expediency, comfort and greater security of town life, developed an aesthetic awareness which necessitated the seasonal occupation of a country retreat.
  • To prevent juvenile delinquency young children must be provided with an ethical education which goes well beyond basic literacy skills, so as to awaken in them a latent aesthetic awareness, fostering self-respect and an understanding of moral values which will encourage the development of noble and altruistic aspirations.
  • The AFA s history includes a series of programs designed to facilitate greater access and appreciation of the visual arts, among them, the first nationally broadcast radio programs about art ( 1930s 1940s ); the Picture of the Month Program ( 1954 ), offering original paintings at low rental fees to small art and educational organizations; the Museum Donor Program ( 1960s ), distributing allowances to regional museums to purchase contemporary American art; " The Art of Seeing " ( 1965 ), a landmark series of educational films on visual perception; " The Curriculum in Visual Education " ( 1966 ), a collection of films and instructional materials designed to heighten the aesthetic awareness of children; the Rent-an-Artist Program ( renamed the Visitor Artist Program ) ( 1970s ), placing artists in residency at museums around the country; " A History of the American Avant-Garde Cinema " ( 1976 ), the first curatorially selected international traveling film program; and ART ACCESS I and II ( 1989 98 ), a fee-subsidy program sponsored by the Lila Wallace-Reader s Digest Fund making AFA exhibitions of American art more affordable for museums.