Aesthetics Essay Topics

Significant Cultural Issues

Identify the significant cultural issues involved when evaluating the attractiveness of a particular location as a place for doing business Making business abroad can be risky, but it can also be profitable for a company as well; thus the necessity to study in deep the country where the company will bring the business to. International… View Article

Is Beauty Skin Deep

Is your skin the color of caramel or cream? Do you care a lot about looking tanned and healthy, or white and clean? Let’s forget the cliché that beauty is skin deep. In reality, regardless of our age or sex, humans love to judge people by their skin color. Two thousand years ago, Greek and… View Article

Weitz and the Role of Theory in Aesthetics

In the past, the main goal of aesthetics has been to formulate a definition of art. A definition is a statement of the necessary and sufficient properties of what is being defined. This statement has to prove its purpose of giving a true or false claim about the nature, or essence of art and what… View Article

The Scaffold Plank

Business ethics and morals are part of any organizational design and behavior for any organization as usually there are several decisions that individuals need to take that might have ethical or moral effect on the company and on the individuals themselves. Companies should have clear policies for their work morals and ethics so that they… View Article

Aesthetics: the Philosophical Study of Beauty and Taste

It is closely related to the philosophy of art, which is concerned with the nature of art and the concepts in terms of which individual works of art are interpreted and evaluated. To provide more than a general definition of the subject matter of aesthetics is immensely difficult. Indeed, it could be said that self-definition… View Article

Where Fat is a Mark of Beauty

Significant Concept: Simmon’s article illustrates a standard of physical beauty that is different than one might find common in United States or other Western societies. In the particular Nigerian tribe that the author details, a young girl named Margaret spends her days in a so-called “fattening room” where she eats to excess and purposefully avoids… View Article

Branches of Philosophy

Thesis This essay project with answer different questions to the six branches of Philosophy. The branches are Metaphysics-is something real? Epistemology-How do we know? Ethics-What is right or wrong? Aesthetics- Is something beautiful? Political- What government is best? And Social- How should we act in in society. Six Branches of Philosophy There are six branches… View Article

Branches of Philosophy

1. Logic Logic is the science and art of correct thinking. It attempts to codify the rules of rational thought. Logicians explore the structure of arguments that preserve truth or allow the optimal extraction of knowledge from evidence. Logic is one of the primary tools philosophers use in their inquiries; the precision of logic helps… View Article

How Does Keats Express His Aesthetic Vision

John Keats once said regarding Lord Byron that “he (Byron) describes what he sees, I describe what I imagine”. Keats is a typically Romantic poet in the way in which he uses the fluid boundaries of imagination within his poem to formulate his aesthetic vision which is projected in ‘Ode on a Grecian Urn’. Pope… View Article

Poetry and Mother

Outline It is an afternoon and the mom is washing clothes in a tub. The child has written a poem for her mother and gives it to her as she is washing. The mother scans the poem but rejects it as not being ‘all there is to life’. She feels that there is much more… View Article

Characteristic She Walks in Beauty

What does this poem seem to be about? This poem seems to be about a person who’s describing or expressing a girl’s appearance and how her personality is. | | Words: Were the words in this poem difficult or easy to understand? Was there any word or phrase that was powerful to you? The word… View Article

Definition of Poetry

According to W.H.Hudson we all have a sense of what poetry constitutes. There are innumerable definitions of poetry given by poets and critics of poetry and out of which Hudson chooses some famous definitions. They are given below: * Johnson : “Metrical composition” , it is “the art of uniting pleasure with truth by calling… View Article

Epic poetry

?This article is about the art form. For other uses, see Poetry (disambiguation). Literature Major forms Novel Poem Drama Short story Novella Genres Comedy Drama Epic Erotic Nonsense Lyric Mythopoeia Romance Satire Tragedy Tragicomedy Media Performance (play) Book Techniques Prose Poetry History and lists Outline of literature Glossary of terms History (modern) Books Writers Literary… View Article

Evaluating Poetry

The poem “Gods Will for You and Me” is the good poem and “Pied Beauty” is the bad poem according to Perrine standards. The central purpose of both these poems is to encourage the readers’ individual feelings about God. The poem “Pied Beauty” is extremely didactic. The writer of this poem is preaching God on the… View Article

2nd millennium

1. Why do we need to study literature? * Literature is filled with ideas that need to be explored. * Literature helps us to see our world in new ways. It brings us to a deeper understanding of life. * It is important to study literature since when we begin the study of literature,we find… View Article

The Craze for fashion

“A well dressed man is whose clothes you never notice.” Are the words of William Summerset. Yes, my dear friends ‘fashion’ is what empties youngsters pocket. Undoubtedly looks are an important part of personality and fashion if used properly aids us. Fashion is an art and is very interesting but what is more interesting is to… View Article

The Aesthetics of Silence

For me, the essay that speaks to this time is Susan Sontag’s Aesthetics of Silence, included in her collection of essays, Styles of Radical Will. This essay talks about how art nowadays are leaning towards “silence,” the artist’s expression through his work without the need to communicate to an audience. This has been the trend… View Article

An Analysis of “Peach” by D. H. Lawrence

What will you think of, when you eat a fruit, like a peach? I think many people’s answer would be nothing at all. However, a peach triggers some poetic romance in D.H. Lawrence, and some beautiful verses are thus created. The poem _Peach_ was brainless at first glance–this is indeed not an impenetrable poem, but… View Article

Inner Beauty to Physical Beauty

Inner Beauty to Physical Beauty There are two categories of beauty: inner beauty and physical beauty. Physical beauty is exterior beauty, which is pleasing to the eye. Inner beauty relates to an individual’s personality and character traits, which are pleasing to the heart. Usually, you can spot a person who has a deep inner beauty… View Article

Beauty Is More Than Skin Deep

It’s everywhere. You can’t escape it. It’s sprawled across flashy billboards with alluring models. It’s plastered throughout all kinds of magazines and books. Celebrities ooze with it. And’s it’s all too friendly with teens; it overpowers their very being like too much axe in the gym change room. It’s the pressure of beauty. Good morning/afternoon… View Article

Beauty is in the Eyes of the Beholder

Throughout the decades of time, society has been continuously determining the perception of what it is to be “beautiful.” The American standard of beauty is often reflected upon advertisements that convey an unrealistic expectation for most everyday women. Whereas, teenagers have grown to interpret advertisements as a model for how they should appear physically. Marilyn… View Article

Crossing Ethical Boundaries Between Counselor and Client

Eli Coleman and Susan Schaeffer, authors of the article _Boundaries of Sex and Intimacy Between Client and Counselor_, write, “_Dilemma_. A woman comes to see a male counselor and complains of anxiety and depression associated with her recent divorce. She is also deeply concerned about her attractiveness and ability to attract another partner. The thought… View Article

Where Are You Going, Where have You Been

Vanity can be exposed as one’s greatest weakness. “Where Are You Going, Where have You Been”, a short story written by Joyce Carol Oates, describes Connie’s misconception of beauty as her only value, and also the ways in which Arnold Friend, a potential rapist and murderer, manipulates and takes advantage of Connie’s vanity. Connie is… View Article

A Woman’s Beauty

In reading Susan Sontag’s “A Woman’s Beauty”, she explains that women think they have an obligation to be beautiful and that they consider how they look more important than who they are. Sontag also adds that women are sometimes obsessed with their outer beauty that they lose sight of their inner beauty. Fashion and the… View Article

Good and Evil

There are many different viewpoints on what is right and wrong and ethically and morally correct. Immanuel Kant (1724-1804) and Jon Stuart Mill (1806-1873), both considered to be two of the best philosophers of all time, had different views on how one should live the Good Life. John Stuart Mill’s theory was called Utilitarianism and… View Article

Good and Evil

There are many different viewpoints on what is right and wrong and ethically and morally correct. Immanuel Kant (1724-1804) and Jon Stuart Mill (1806-1873), both considered to be two of the best philosophers of all time, had different views on how one should live the Good Life. John Stuart Mill’s theory was called Utilitarianism and… View Article

“The Broken Tower” by Hart Crane

A Broken Tower, by Hart Crane, is a metaphor-rich poem that is very ambiguous but seems to describe the difficulties of the creative process and the way in which the artist is bound and compelled by it. Crane uses many religious metaphors and references, directly mentioning God and also bells, which are associated with churches…. View Article

Kant and the Categorical Imperative

The possibility of the existence of right and wrong has been a subject of discussion among philosophers for centuries and many theories have been presented to answer the question of whether morals exist. Immanuel Kant (1724-1804), the great German philosopher is one who has contributed profoundly to the world of philosophy and especially in regards… View Article

“The Act” by William Carlos

I am an advertising representative from Zadina Corp. and have produced a brilliant idea for a new ad campaign for KaBloom, Ltd. It is our goal here to inspire, create, and produce exciting new advertising ideas for your company to grow and expand to its fullest potential. Keeping that in mind, we here at Zadina… View Article

Archetype “Cinderella” and “Rough-Faced Girl” Comparison

Throughout Native American culture, they have always used everything and not waste anything. For example if they hunt a buffalo, the Indians make sure everything from the buffalo is used. They use the skin for clothing, bones for tools, and meat for food. Everyone is equal except the wise old men and the shaman. Native… View Article