Aesthetics: That branch of philosophy that deals with the nature of beauty and related consepts such as the sublime, ugly, and humerous. Analysis of the values, tastes, attitudes, and standards by which we judge things that are created by man or found in nature which we call beautiful.
Intristic: Inherent in and of itself.
Extristic: Esternal and unessential to the thing itself.
Eclecticism: Choosing ideas (consepts, beliefs, doctrines) from a variety of systems of thought in the process of construction one's own system. Antitheses of integrity.
Dialectic: The art of gaining better knowledge on a topic by exchanging reasoned voews and arguments. Other contexts realting to dialectic include Plato, Heracleitius, Hegel, Socrates, Zeno, and Kant.