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Standards of beauty have changed over time, based on changing cultural values. Historically, paintings show a wide range of different standards for beauty. [85] [86] However, humans who are relatively young, with smooth skin, well-proportioned bodies, and regular features, have traditionally been considered the most beautiful throughout history. [ citation needed] Władysław Tatarkiewicz, A History of Six Ideas: an Essay in Aesthetics, The Hague, 1980. ISBN 978-9024722334 The classical concept of beauty is one that exhibits perfect proportion (Wolfflin). [37] In this context, the concept belonged often within the discipline of mathematics. [26] An idea of spiritual beauty emerged during the classical period, [27] beauty was something embodying divine goodness, while the demonstration of behaviour which might be classified as beautiful, from an inner state of morality which is aligned to the good. [38] Doran, Robert (2017). The Theory of the Sublime from Longinus to Kant. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. p. 144. ISBN 1107499151. Objectivists or realists see beauty as an objective or mind-independent feature of beautiful things, which is denied by subjectivists. [3] [9] The source of this debate is that judgments of beauty seem to be based on subjective grounds, namely our feelings, while claiming universal correctness at the same time. [10] This tension is sometimes referred to as the "antinomy of taste". [4] Adherents of both sides have suggested that a certain faculty, commonly called a sense of taste, is necessary for making reliable judgments about beauty. [3] [10] David Hume, for example, suggests that this faculty can be trained and that the verdicts of experts coincide in the long run. [3] [9]

Shimura, Arthur P.; Palmer, Stephen E. (2012). Aesthetic Science: Connecting Minds, Brains, and Experience. Oxford University Press. p.279. Beauty | Definition of Beauty by Oxford Dictionary on Lexico.com". Lexico Dictionaries | English. Archived from the original on August 9, Aesthetics examines affective domain response to an object or phenomenon. Judgments of aesthetic value rely on the ability to discriminate at a sensory level. However, aesthetic judgments usually go beyond sensory discrimination. ap Roberts, Ruth (1991). "Carlyle and the Aesthetic Movement". Carlyle Annual (12): 58. ISSN 1050-3099. JSTOR 44945538. Archived from the original on 20 October 2022 . Retrieved 3 February 2023.

René Daumal (1982). Rasa, or, Knowledge of the self: essays on Indian aesthetics and selected Sanskrit studies. New Directions. ISBN 978-0811208246. Martindale, C (2007). "Recent trends in the psychological study of aesthetics, creativity, and the arts". Empirical Studies of the Arts. 25 (2): 121–141. doi: 10.2190/b637-1041-2635-16nn. S2CID 143506308. Hanson, Louise (21 August 2014). Encyclopedia of Aesthetics. Oxford University Press. doi: 10.1093/acref/9780199747108.001.0001. ISBN 978-0-19-974710-8– via www.oxfordreference.com. Consider Clement Greenberg's arguments in "On Modernist Painting" (1961), reprinted in Aesthetics: A Reader in Philosophy of Arts. Schmidhuber, J. (1991). Curious model-building control systems. International Joint Conference on Neural Networks. Vol.2. Singapore: IEEE press. pp.1458–1463. doi: 10.1109/IJCNN.1991.170605.

Gino Zaccaria, The Enigma of Art. On the Provenance of Artistic Creation, 2021, Brill, ISBN 978-9004448704 Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel (1975), Aesthetics. Lectures on Fine Art, trans. T.M. Knox, 2 vols. Oxford: Clarendon Press.Various attempts have been made to define Post-Modern Aesthetics. The challenge to the assumption that beauty was central to art and aesthetics, thought to be original, is actually continuous with older aesthetic theory; Aristotle was the first in the Western tradition to classify "beauty" into types as in his theory of drama, and Kant made a distinction between beauty and the sublime. What was new was a refusal to credit the higher status of certain types, where the taxonomy implied a preference for tragedy and the sublime to comedy and the Rococo. Dubnov, S.; Musical Information Dynamics as Models of Auditory Anticipation; in Machine Audition: Principles, Algorithms and Systems, Ed. W. Weng, IGI Global publication, 2010.



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