This brief overview first discusses the aesthetic in general and then turns to problems peculiar to the arts it ends with some general remarks about how aesthetics connects to more general questions about knowledge emotion and value. Aesthetic water quality problems aesthetic water problems are those which are usually not considered harmful to health but they do affect the taste and look of the water and may cause it to be undrinkable by some peoples standards. Detergents can give rise to aesthetic problems if foaming occurs particularly since this can be confused with foam caused by the by products of algal growth see chapters 7 and 8 bartram rees 2000 chapter 10. The meaning of an aesthetic problem is vague as perfectly normal looking teeth can appear unacceptable to a patient so the first stage in any assessment is to determine with the patient what the problem is and to assess what can be done
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