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We know that all men are mortal (Socrates was a man; therefore—and so forth),
but it remains for us little more than a logical premiss till we are forced to
recognize that in the ordinary course of things our end can no longer be remote.
They have not convinced me that such a thing is possible. Criticism to my mind is
a personal matter, but there is ... as makes men tolerant of things they care
nothing about, but on an active delight in diversity. He must be a psychologist
and a ...
... certain rhythms and certain colours peculiarly attractive to man, so that there
may be a physiological reason for the elements of what we consider beautiful.
But we also find things beautiful because they remind us of objects, people or
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