Here, for a Monday morning, is a short exercise on the Greek word roots esthes, aesthes, esthet, and aesthet. They mean “feeling” and “sensation.” This root is at the base of quite a few words used in discussion and inquiry in the humanities, particular art, literature, and religion.
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