By Yuriko Saito
against aesthetic manipulation. Yuriko Saito argues that finally, daily aesthetics could be a good tool for guiding the humanity's collective and cumulative world-making undertaking for the betterment of all its inhabitants.
Everyday aesthetics has been noticeable as a problem to modern Anglo-American aesthetics discourse, that is ruled by means of the dialogue of paintings and wonder. Saito responds to controversies in regards to the nature, boundary, and standing of daily aesthetics and argues for its legitimacy. She highlights the multi-faceted aesthetic dimensions of lifestyle that aren't absolutely accounted for by means of the commonly-held account of defamiliarizing the familiar.
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