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" ... due command of the feet having been obtained, those twistings of the trunk and gyrations of the arms, previously used to maintain the balance, are found needless. The body is allowed to follow without control the impulse given to it; the arms to swing... "
Artistic Piano Playing as Taught by Ludwig Deppe Together with Practical ... - Page 23
by Elisabeth Caland, Ludwig Deppe - 1903 - 109 pages
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Essays: Scientific, Political and Speculative, Volume 1

Herbert Spencer - Science - 1858
...without control the impulse given to it ; the arms to swing where they will ; and it is clearly felt that the graceful way of performing any evolution is the way that costs least effort. Spectators can scarcely fail to see the same fact, if they look for it. Perhaps there...
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Essays--scientific, political and speculative

Herbert Spencer - Philosophy - 1858 - 435 pages
...without control the impulse given to it; the arms to swing where they will; and it is clearly felt that the graceful way of performing any evolution is the way that costs least effort. Spectators can scarcely fail to sec the same fact, if they look for it. Perhaps there...
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Essays: Moral, Political and Aesthetic

Herbert Spencer - Political science - 1866 - 418 pages
...without control the impulse given to it; the arms to swing where they will; and it is clearly felt that the graceful way of performing any evolution is the way that costs least effort. Spectators can scarcely fail to see the same fact, if they look for it. Perhaps there...
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Kunst und Moral

Emil Reich - Aesthetics - 1901 - 248 pages
...Gracefulness betont Spencer bie ..connection between gracefulness and economy of force"8) unb meint, „the graceful way of performing any evolution is the way that costs least effort"4). §ier be^ ftel)t olio eine öejietjung jimfcrjen bem aftfjetifd) SBotjIgefol^ ligcn...
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Essays

Herbert Spencer - Philosophy - 1910
...without control the impulse given to it; the arms to swing where they will ; and it is clearly felt that the graceful way of performing any evolution is the way that costs least effort. Spectators can scarcely fail to see the same fact, if they look for it. The reference...
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The Esthetics of Motion: With Special Reference to the Psychology of Grace ...

George Henry Browne - Grace (Aesthetics) - 1917 - 46 pages
...without control the impulse given to it; the arms to swing where they will; and it is clearly felt that the graceful way of performing any evolution is the way that costs least effort." thought) which constitutes Empathy, the "sense" by which we appreciate beauty and grace,...
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