The Pragmatic Didacticism of Aesthetic. Pragmatic meaning practical sensibility in tactics; Didacticism referring the philosophy in art and literature bringing joy through self-taught or self-practice; Aesthetics nothing the focus on one's appreciation of beauty and taste.
Studies of the relationship between Existentialism, Absurdism, Surrealism, Enlightenment and the Esoteric provide insight to understanding the depth of aesthetics and beauty. The pragmatic method of applying reason and logic in avant-garde fields—ex: Anti-Art and Dadaism—resulted in a personal form of didactic education curated by philosophical observations regarding enlightenment.
Meaning is found in the self; it is wise to record one’s developments so they can be revised and
revised. Reviewing one’s own work is a map towards understanding one’s current reality and future. As seen in the characters in the books, theorists, and concepts described in my rationale, the pragmatic didactic method of understanding beauty in aesthetics is gained through personal understanding of time and the nature of divine beauty. To achieve happiness, one must look into one’s own unique form. A quote by Carl Jung is important here: What did you do as a child that made the hours pass like minutes? Herein lies the key to what you should be doing in your worldly pursuits.”
The Pragmatic Didacticism of Aesthetics is found through personal metamorphosis in how one sees beauty
and how one re-creates or re-interprets aesthetics. As an artist, born from a line of artisans, it’s not challenging to see where passion lies. In order to see the absurd, chaotic world with a sense of happiness and beauty, one must be truthful to oneself. Only in this will the truth be found. Aesthetics are what makes up beauty—cultivating one’s aesthetics though a creative form of learning can make a spiritual impact.