Aesthetics, the Philosophy of Beauty (including Art), is a branch of Ethics. Usually what is consider beautiful is considered a matter of taste. At least as far back before Plato (and including him), philosophers held there is more to beauty than individual or social approval. It is, obviously, an on-going debate.
Name one object (non-person) you consider beautiful (if not the most beautiful). Analyze the reasons why this object is beautiful. Utilize as many theories and concepts as you can from this module to support your position. Be prepared to defend your arguments and provide counterarguments to other’s.
If you refer to information from the text, identify the location in parenthesis (MLA Intext Citation). In your replies, either support your fellow student’s answers or kindly refute them. Analyze reasoning, pointing out strong or weak premises or reasons as well as fallacies. Philosophy is built upon successful written and spoken communication