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For the common eye, forms must be embodied in material shape; while to the geometr and the artist, they may be so distinctly shadowed forth in conception as to need no material figure to render their beauty appreciable. Now this embodiment, or this conception, in all cases, demands some law in the mind, by which it is conceived or made; and we must look at the nature of this law, in order to approach more nearly to understanding the nature of beauty.
What is the main idea conveyed by the passage?
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- Forms are the embodiment of thought or law.
- For an artist, forms are more abstract than for a common man.
- Forms are symbolic manifestations of thoughts and ideas.
- In order to understand the nature of beauty, we need to understand nature of the law used to conceptualize it.
- Forms have to be embodiments of physical structure and characteristics for the common eye; but they need to be conceptualized as ideas by the artistic eye.
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