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Definition of Nonaesthetic
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Literary usage of Nonaesthetic
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Man and the Cosmos: An Introduction to Metaphysics by Joseph Alexander Leighton (1922)
"When the beloved appears beautiful only to the lover is the feeling of beauty nonaesthetic or does sexual attraction create the illusion of beauty? ..."
2. Studies in Philosophy and Theology by Emil Carl Wilm (1922)
"A gourmand, or even a gourmet, might find estimates of still life prejudiced by the arousal of nonaesthetic elements. Differences of age, artificial and ..."
3. The Collectors: Being Cases Mostly Under the Ninth and Tenth Commandments by Frank Jewett Mather (1912)
"With the nearest approach to pride he had ever shown in a nonaesthetic matter John protested that he could get away, and better yet that there was money, ..."
4. Research Management for Development: Open Letter to a New Agricultural by John L. Nickel (1989)
"... legitimate or not, regarding farming practices that make use of unfamiliar chemicals or produce nonaesthetic changes in the natural environment. ..."
5. Biological Components of Substance Abuse and Addiction by Office of Technology Assessment, United States, Congress (1993)
"At nonaesthetic doses PCP produces behavioral effects in common with several other drugs including amphetamines, barbiturates, opiates, and psychedelics ..."