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" Beauty must come back to the useful arts, and the distinction between the fine and the useful arts be forgotten. If history were truly told, if life were nobly spent, it would be no longer easy or possible to distinguish the one from the other. In nature,... "
Essays: First Series - Página 329
por Ralph Waldo Emerson - 1856 - 333 páginas
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Rights and Riches

Charles Orville McCasland - 1908 - 350 páginas
..."As soon as beauty is sought, not from religion and love, but for pleasure, it degrades the seeker. Beauty must come back to the useful arts, and the...between the fine and the useful arts be forgotten. It is vain that we look for genius to reiterate its miracles in the old arts; it is its instinct to...
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Educational Agriculture

Josiah Main - 1910 - 74 páginas
...aims at perfecting skill in stock judging, but in addition gives especial attention to the care of Beauty must come back to the useful arts, and the...between the fine and the useful arts be forgotten. — EMERSON : Art. All our industries would cease were it not for that information which men begin...
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Educational Needlecraft

Margaret Goodrum, Margaret Swanson, Ann Macbeth - 1911 - 174 páginas
...for freedom in experimental work. 4. The graciousness of Art, by which we approach the utilitarian. " Beauty must come back to the useful arts, and the...between the fine and the useful arts be forgotten." SECTION I LESSON I TACKING AGE 6-7 YEARS ONE yard of 36-inch wide, unbleached calico, 3r/. to 6d. per...
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The Art of Education

Ira Woods Howerth - 1912 - 237 páginas
..."Fine" and "Useful" is merely conventional, and is of little scientific value. "Beauty," says Emerson, "must come back to the useful arts, and the distinction...were truly told, if life were nobly spent, it would no longer be easy or possible to distinguish the one from the other. In nature, all is useful, all...
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The Art of Education

Ira Woods Howerth - 1912 - 237 páginas
...useful arts be forgotten. If history were truly told, if life were nobly spent, it would no longer be easy or possible to distinguish the one from the other. In nature, all is useful, all is beautiful." i 4. Social Utility the Basis of a Logical Classification. — If, then, we reject this popular classification...
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Aesthetic Education

Charles De Garmo - 1913 - 161 páginas
...century, laments this separation of the fine and useful arts brought about by the machine, and says: "Beauty must come back to the useful arts, and the...were truly told, if life were nobly spent, it would no longer be easy or possible to distinguish the one from the other. In nature, all is useful, all...
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Art in Education and Life: A Plea for the More Systematic Culture of the ...

Henry Davies - 1914 - 334 páginas
...fork" by means of which we pitch the key of our appreciations and test their values. As Emerson says: "In nature, all is useful, all is beautiful. It is therefore beautiful because it is alive; it is therefore useful because it is symmetrical and fair." This primal beauty possesses two advantages,...
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Types of Schools for Boys

Alfred Ernest Stearns, Leigh Robinson Gignilliat, Milo H. Stuart, Eric Parson, Joseph John Findlay - 1917 - 318 páginas
...classification. If we can succeed in overlapping enough, perhaps the thing Emerson meant will happen — "Beauty must come back to the useful arts and the distinction between the fine and useful arts be forgotten." We have been working for use or beauty ; perhaps we may come to copy the...
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Handbook of American Private Schools

1917 - 708 páginas
...vocational schools. The preparatory school may thus help to achieve the ideal Emerson set forth, — "Beauty must come back to the useful arts and the distinction between the fine and useful arts be forgotten." The best result of this kind of vocational guidance, however, will be found...
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Types of Schools for Boys

Alfred Ernest Stearns, Leigh Robinson Gignilliat, Milo H. Stuart, Eric Parson, Joseph John Findlay - 1917 - 318 páginas
...classification. If we can succeed in overlapping enough, perhaps the thing Emerson meant will happen—"Beauty must come back to the useful arts and the distinction between the fine and useful arts be forgotten." We have been working for use or beauty; perhaps we may come to copy the...
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