Aestheticism Quotes (2 quotes)
It is true that the trees are for human use. But these are aesthetic uses as well as commercial usesuses for the spiritual wealth of all, as well as the material wealth of some.
The Unexpected stalks a farm in big boots like a vagrant bent on havoc. Not every farmer is an inventor, but the good ones have the seeds of invention within them. Economy and efficiency move their relentless tinkering and yet the real motive often seems to be aesthetic. The mind that first designed a cutter bar is not far different from a mind that can take the intractable steel of an outsized sickle blade and make it hum in the end. The question is how to reduce the simplicity that constitutes a problem (It's simple; its broke.) to the greater simplicity that constitutes a solution.