Value Creation and the Inner Mystic Dancer
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Aesthetics is defined in varying ways. In www.dictionary.com, it is defined as follows.
KeywordsReligious Experience Aesthetic Experience Mystical Experience Aesthetic Judgment Ontological Reality
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