BEAUTY - The theory of subjectivity vs The theory of Objectivity (Objectivity wins?)

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You needn't ask anyone if beauty is objective or subjective. What is true from the male perspective is true from the female perspective, even if it were not, beauty encompasses all genders. In other words, only 1 case outside the consensus is enough evidence to call beauty subjective.

1. There is an average consensus that a type of person is beautiful or not beautiful, yes.
2. But 1 outside of that consensus is enough to prove it isn't objective.
3. If I can think a girl is beautiful and you don't then that is enough. Furthermore, If I can think a girl is a 9 and you think she is a 7 then that is enough to prove the theory of subjectivity.
4. From experience you have all the evidence you need to back the theory of subjectivity.

Nevertheless, there is an average consensus if you don't measure it minutely. We all understand this but that does not make it objective.

The only argument for the theory of objectivity is that just the same as light. Beauty is the truth. Everyone is beautiful, making it objective, generally speaking.

- Darkness does not exist. Darkness is simply the absence of light. Only light exist and to describe light when it is gone we say darkness. Same goes for money and beauty.

1. Beauty only exist and when there is no beauty perceived then there is a lack of perceived beauty. Since beauty is subjective there must be beauty there but only when perceived meaning ugliness does not exist only lack of perceived beauty. To say, everyone is beautiful is objective. Unfortunately, our inability to perceive beauty consistently is what makes beauty subjective.

Summary: To say, everyone is beautiful is objective as you now understand. Unfortunately, our inability to perceive beauty consistently is what makes beauty subjective. So it is only our flaw that makes beauty subjective. If you wish to call it a flaw. In a perfect state of awareness you can see beauty is objective because everyone is endlessly beautiful and it is the development of your perception that makes it so.

BEAUTY - The theory of subjectivity vs The theory of Objectivity (Objectivity wins?)
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  • MCheetah
    Eh. I've never been called sexy or attractive before, and many "beautiful" celebrities out there I think are ugly (like Emma Watson or Hilary Swank). They'll never been a consensus on what's "beautiful" or not, so it doesn't matter.
  • Anonymous
    This is rather philosophical take and from that point of view you are right. But... Let experiences be experienced by those who desire them. Including subjective beauty perception...
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