Definition of Estheticians

1. Noun. (plural of esthetician) ¹



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Definition of Estheticians

1. esthetician [n] - See also: esthetician

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Estheticians

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Literary usage of Estheticians

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1. The Philosophical Basis of Education by Rolland Merritt Shreves (1918)
"^estheticians have not always agreed that art must be criticized in the light of a larger ... /estheticians differ widely as to the particular value of art, ..."

2. Science by American Association for the Advancement of Science (1909)
"... of musical dissonance has been invested with an atmosphere of uncertainty and confusion, in the minds of both psychologists, estheticians and musicians. ..."

3. European Theories of the Drama: An Anthology of Dramatic Theory and by Barrett Harper Clark (1918)
"There is very little of note in the field of dramatic criticism proper, though at least two great literary critics and estheticians ought to be named: ..."

4. The Monist by Hegeler Institute, Edward C. Hegeler (1905)
"... and distant intellectual fields—between logicians and estheticians, between moralists and economists, mathematicians and mystics, biologists and poets. ..."

5. European Theories of the Drama: An Anthology of Dramatic Theory and by Barrett Harper Clark (1918)
"There is very little of note in the field of dramatic criticism proper, though at least two great literary critics and estheticians ought to be" named ..."

6. Anthology of Russian Literature from the Earliest Period to the Present Time by Leo Wiener (1903)
"... get to hear some dim references to estheticians and poets, but their grandchildren will never hear that. ..."

7. Matthew Arnold: How to Know Him by Stuart Pratt Sherman (1917)
"... poetical greatness, however, is a topic which he seldom discussed abstractly, and probably never discussed to the satisfaction of modern estheticians. ..."

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