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English citations of æsthetick

Adjective: obsolete form of esthetic[edit]

1838 1847
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  • 1838, unknown, Critick of Pure Reason, page vi:
    [] and, from the masterly manner in which the æsthetick portion of the work itself is there rendered, and the mode in which the general subject is handled, it is much to be regretted that the translation of the whole of Kant’s treatise, announced many years ago as then in preparation by Mr. Wirgman (the author of the article in question), has never been laid before the Public.
  • 1847, unknown, The Ecclesiologist, Volume III., page #4:
    Most earnestly do we hope that no more organs — we can scarcely condescend to say, or barrel‐organs—may be put up in our beautiful old churches ; blocking arches or windows, hiding fonts, bringing in western galleries, and a hundred other anomalies, besides those moral and æsthetick evils which we have pointed out.

Noun: obsolete form of esthetic[edit]

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  • 1820, L. Schubart quoted in The New Monthly Magazine, Volume XIII., page #287:
    MUSICAL expression is the golden axis on which the æsthetick* of harmony turns.