lavish magnificent ‘[...]pleasure-dome[s]’(36). As the poem Kubla Khan prevails, the extensive capability of the imagination is shown when the poet suggests that if one has trouble maintaining such a beautiful vision of paradise that he could ‘[...]build that dome in air’(46). That through the means of poetic imagination he could create a more lasting image within his head. For Coleridge, imaginative suggestion extended further to the fascination with the supernatural and the realms of existence.
Concept of Beauty according to the Western Philosophers “Beauty is truth, truth beauty. That is all ye know on earth, and all ye need to know” John Keats Beauty is an emotional element, a pleasure of ours, which nevertheless we regard as a quality of thing. The ideas of beauty is found in almost every culture and at almost every time in human history, with many similarities. Beauty was and still is a term of great esteem linking human beings and nature with artistic practices and works