In What is Thinking Beautifully?, Laura Smit states, “One of the premises that we work with on this website is that beauty is objective, since God truly has placed beauty in the world.”
If beauty is truly objective, then what are the implications of that? Is beauty measurable? Could/should one argue that something is more or less beautiful than another thing (e.g., one painting is more beautiful than another painting)?
Or, is “beauty in the eye of the beholder”, and beauty is subjective?
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