A Philosophical Enquiry Into the Origin of Our Ideas of the Sublime and Beautiful Character Descriptions

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Edmund Burke

This person is the methodical, confident author of "A Philosophical Enquiry Into the Origin of Our Ideas of the Sublime and Beautiful."

The Beautiful Woman

This archetypal person stands as one of the author's main examples of beauty.

The Turkish Emperor

This person stands as an example of the facility of taste.

The Brute

This figure's emotional and intellectual responses to the world stem from lust.

Virgil

This Roman poet is highly regarded and often quoted by the author.

Milton

This Renaissance poet is highly regarded and often quoted by the author.

Campanella

This person could mimic the facial expressions and, consequently, the emotions of all those around him.

John Locke

The author of the book both agrees and disagrees with this Enlightenment philosopher.

The Boy with Miracle Sight

This person's unusual sensory input proves part of the author's theory.

The Creator

This being is the...

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