Beauty: the aproper conformity of the parts to one another and to the wholea (an ancient definition, but possibly first explicitly given in ... This is a personal essay, not a treatise on philosophy or aesthetics, and I do not feel compelled to define every word, including ... For example, it is difficult to define apropera in this context , but it is relatively easy to define what is not proper: evil, false, forced, misleading .
|Title||:||Earth and Mind|
|Author||:||Cathryn A. Manduca, David W. Mogk|
|Publisher||:||Geological Society of America - 2006-01-01|