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Taste

This is the universal faculty in all rational human beings which allows us to form judgments about works of imagination and the elegant arts.

Pain and Pleasure

These positive qualities are two of the three essential passions.

The Sublime

This is the quality found in an object which inspires a certain amount of terror in a person.

Fear and Terror

These pain-based qualities are the principle causes of the Sublime.

Obscurity, Large Size, Powerlessness, Privation and Feeling

These several qualities contribute to an object being regarded as Sublime.

Magnificence

This quality is defined as a large collection of splendid or valuable things.

Color

These visual variations are often used to express different qualities, such as the Sublime or the Beautiful.

Beauty

This is the quality of an object which incites love.

Proportion

The author asserts that this quality is not a reason in determining beauty, despite centuries...

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