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" Perfect taste is the faculty of receiving the greatest possible pleasure from those material sources which are attractive to our moral nature in its purity and perfection. "
The North-western Monthly: A Magazine Devoted to University Extension and to ... - Página 57
1896
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Blackwood's Magazine, Volumen54

1843
...with his definition of taste — " Perfect taste is the faculty of receiving the greatest possihle pleasure from those material sources which are attractive...to our moral nature in its purity and perfection." This will not do ; for taste will take material sources, unattractive in themselves, and hy comhination,...
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Blackwood's Edinburgh Magazine, Volumen54

1843
...been said about it, it yet remains to be told. Nor are we satisfied with his definition of taste — " Perfect taste is the faculty of receiving the greatest...to our moral nature in its purity and perfection." This will not do ; for taste will take material sources, unattractive in themselves, and by combination,...
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The North British Review, Volumen6

1847
...from any given object, is a man of taste. " This, then, is the real meaning of this disputed word. Perfect taste is the faculty of receiving the greatest...pleasure from any other sources, has false or bad taste." — Pp. 25-26. Lastly, Ideas of Relation. — This term is used rather as one of convenience than as...
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The Ecclesiastic [afterw.] The Theologian and ecclesiastic ..., Volúmenes3-4

1847
...any given object, is a man of taste. " This, then, is the real meaning of this disputed word. PeVfect taste is the faculty of receiving the greatest possible...he who receives pleasure from any other sources has fake or bad taste. "And it is thus that the term 'taste' is to be distinguished from that of judgment,...
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The North British review

1847
...'object, >i» timan of taste. l! '"' "-«! *"li " This, then, is the real meaning of this disputed word. Perfect taste is the faculty of receiving the greatest...perfection. He who receives little pleasure from these scto^ces^ wants taste; he who receives pleasure from any other sources, has' false or bad taste."—...
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Notes and Queries, Volumen101

1900
...i. part i. sec. i. chap, vi., we read : — " This, then, is the real meaning of this disputed word. Perfect taste is the faculty of receiving the greatest...to our moral nature in its purity and perfection. Ho who receives little pleasure from these sources wants tasto ; he who receives pleasure from any...
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Notes and Queries

1900
...One uiust have either some taste or no taste. He who receives pleasure, though it be ever so little, from "those material sources which are attractive to our moral nature in its purity and perfection " has taste, though in a very small degree ; and as the pleasure increases so the taste advances towards...
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Autumn Hours and Fireside Reading

Caroline Matilda Kirkland - 1854 - 311 páginas
...matter of taste — subject to no rules — " " What says our oracle in ' Modern Painters ?' — ' Perfect taste is the faculty of receiving the greatest...to our moral nature in its purity and perfection. Taste, properly so called, is the instinctive and instant preferring of one material object to another,...
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Modern Painters ...

John Ruskin - 1857
...taste. , § 2. Definition This, then, is the real meaning of this disputed word. Perfect " taste." taste is the faculty of receiving the greatest possible...pleasure from any other sources, has false or bad taste. § 3. Distinc- And it is thus that the term "taste" is to be distinguished from taste and* that of...
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Modern Painters, Volumen1

John Ruskin - 1857
...§ 4. How far beauty may become intellectual. This, then, is the real meaning of this disputed word. Perfect taste is the faculty of receiving the greatest...pleasure from any other sources, has false or bad taste. And it is thus that the term " taste" is to be distinguished from that of "judgment," with which it...
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