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fixed in the subconscious memory of the person at the gene level as a result of human evolution. This implies that beautiful form, line, shape and color combination are practical solutions worked out by millions of years of natural selection.
Can something be beautiful to one person but not to another? David Hume said that: “Beauty is no quality in things themselves: It exists merely in the mind which contemplates them; and each mind perceives a different beauty. One person may even perceive deformity, where another is sensible of beauty; and every individual ought to acquiesce in his own sentiment, without pretending to regulate those of others”. (Hume. p.136) I consider that this thesis is the main concept of beauty. In my understanding of this question I relay on this thesis. So I can say “Yes”, one and the same thing can be beautiful to one person but not to another.
Does a work of art have to be beautiful to be considered good art? I consider that the art must be beautiful. Some pictures of modern artists can be called art but not all the people find them beautiful. Here be back to the main concept of beauty saying that one and the same thing can be interpreted in different ways by different people. The understanding of beautifulness of the art can vary depending on the persons’ perception. It also depends on a cultural belonging of a person that is what we call authentic art of different cultures. So, as an inference I can say that art is a very versatile concept which cannot be enclosed in one thing as a beauty-gauge.
Is beauty just a physical thing? Who or what decides what the standers of beauty are? Scientists have found that from the microcosm to the cosmos, everything exists in harmony due to the law called the "divine proportion". If there is a subjective idea of beauty, a masterpiece of music, painting or poetry, everything meets this criterion. It could be derived geometrically from a right triangle and his unit
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Before Zonya, her caretaker, wakes her up, she would see the smile on the princess’s face so she kissed her rosy cheeks as if the baby was her own child. The princess would wake up and smile at her. These moments have been most precious to Zonya for she didn’t have a child.
While there is a degree of proof that indicates our definition of beauty is inborn as a result of the symmetrical arrangement of facial features, the genetic development of a proportional body or the individual attractiveness of hair or eye color, there is far more evidence that our definitions of beauty are formed by our society.
It is an abstract noun. What is funny about beauty is that it may not be felt by every individual. That is why beauty is said to be in the beholder’s eyes. This is not just an adage. In fact, it is a whole ideology which says that beauty originates in the perception of the individual appreciating a certain thing.
What/ Who is the American Beauty? This is a fitting question which relates to the 1999 Academy Award Best Picture movie American Beauty. The movie is most artistic and entertaining to watch, but the film author uses an off-cam voice of main character Lester Burnham at the movie’s tail-end, saying that the movie’s message may not be easily understood.
What is Beauty? An Argumentative Essay NAME College Name What is Beauty? Many people assume that there is a “gold standard” (Kassin, Fein & Markus, 2011, p346) for beauty because we get so accustomed to seeing beautiful people in the media. However, it is important to realise that different cultures and even different eras have different perception of beauty – not all of which are similar to those found in the typical Hollywood star.
The resercher will be interestred in establishing conclusions by reviewing the available samples.
The researcher has put the following measures into considerations before settling on the above methods. First of all, the purpose of the research, this is to generate new information useful to the academia and the beauty industry in promoting the field of beauty.
These factors include culture, money, desires, economic conditions etc. as described by Freeland (Freeland 2001). Beauty standard changes from time to time. About 80 years back, the rich people of Europe and US kept on trying to keep their skin as white as possible.
s upon the humans to take care of the dumb and speechless creatures that are not in a position to explain their difficulties, and express their woes with the help of words. The novel captured the attention of the readers immediately after its publication, and moved several