Team:Toulouse/ethics

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<p class="legend">Figure 1: Fontaine (Marcel Duchamp). Yes this is also art...</p></center>
<p class="texte">There is always a distinction between natural beauty and artistic beauty according to Hegel, the famous philosopher. The artistic beauty is born from our mind and our spirit: it is an element of signification of the work of art whereas the natural beauty of the object is external. In a way, the Canal du Midi combines both types of beauty: a natural one regarding the nature, the centenary plane trees but also an artistic one since the Canal was built by the human hands.
<p class="texte">There is always a distinction between natural beauty and artistic beauty according to Hegel, the famous philosopher. The artistic beauty is born from our mind and our spirit: it is an element of signification of the work of art whereas the natural beauty of the object is external. In a way, the Canal du Midi combines both types of beauty: a natural one regarding the nature, the centenary plane trees but also an artistic one since the Canal was built by the human hands.

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