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Synonyms for aesthesis

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Uma comunidade do gosto organiza-se atraves do senso comum, ou do sensus communis, koinos aesthesis, que, como afirma Parret (1997, p.
The Korean wave celebrities' transactional circulation, including boy bands and other stars, mediates the East Asia aesthesis for both male and female (Ahn, 2013).
Essays are organized in sections on the politics of participation, openness, participation under surveillance, and participation and aesthesis. Some specific subjects addressed include the dialogical art of Instant Narrative by Dora Garc<AEi>a, participation as ideology in Occupy Wall Street, revolutionary media in the Arab world, and biodigital data sharing.
In her pieces, she works with themes like mass consumerism, identity, emotion, plastic, plastic bags and aesthesis. Her dissertation for her PhD, entitled The Phenomenology of the Plastic Bags, won the publishing grant edition angewandte of the University of the Applied Arts Vienna and was published in 2011.
There are also states of abandon, self-transcendence available in sport (in the zone), in aesthesis and indeed in the austere spirituality of real science.
Pinna contributes enormously to the facial aesthesis and is an important part of peripheral auditory system.
Through knowing, understanding, decolonial artistic creativity and decolonial philosophical aestheSis (6), and above all by building the communal" (Gaztambide-Fernandez 2014: 207).
The poet evokes the classical Greek ideals related to "aesthesis" or sense perception as she suggests that "beauty," in this case related to an ideal social state, is understood through the concrete sensory impressions of the inhabitants of Arcadia but measured within the individual poetic perspective that leads us away from the limitations of the reductive "Art for Art's Sake" understanding of the role of the poet.
The distinction occurs in the discussion of those who are presumed to be "natural-born" slaves-Aristotle suggests that such a person "participates in reason so far as to recognize it (aesthesis) but not so as to possess it (hexis)" (as cited in Ranciere, 2004, p.