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aesthetic (adj.) [美の;審美的な;美的感覚のある;芸術的な;美学の]

* aesthetic values 美的価値
* aesthetics (n):(哲)美学
* aestheticism (n):唯美主義
There are various kinds of accuracy, each of which has its own importance. To take the main kinds: There is muscular accuracy, aesthetic accuracy, accuracy as to matter of fact, and logical accuracy.
 出典:ラッセル『教育論』第三部 知性の教育_第14章「一般的原理」]

Acting, singing, and dancing seem to me the best methods of teaching aesthetic precision.
 出典:ラッセル『教育論』第三部 知性の教育_第14章「一般的原理」]

This habit of thinking of the 'next thing' is more fatal to any kind of aesthetic excellence than any other habit of mind that can be imagined, and if art, in any important sense, is to survive, it will not be by the foundation of solemn academies, but by recapturing the capacity for whole-hearted joys and sorrows which prudence and foresight have all but destroyed.
* all but = almost
 出典:Bertrand Russell: Authority and the Individual (1949): Lecture 3: The role of individuality]

Two centuries later, when Darwin published Origin of Species, he was met by dogmatic assertion of Aristotle's doctrine that each species was separately created. In logic and aesthetics his influence has been, and still is, exceedingly pernicious.

Japanese cuisine is an aesthetic and delicious pleasure.

The world of aesthetics seems to be particular culture-bound.
 出典:『新版完全征服データベース5500 合格 英単語・熟語』p.201]

The building is aesthetic but not very practical.
[ 出典:Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English, new ed.]

Their furniture was more aesthetic than functional.
[ 出典:Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary, 6th ed.]