Post Number:#1 July 22nd, 2011, 4:45 am
Hey guys I am back and here to give you another philosophical morsel. In my humble opinion beauty does not exist. I say this for the simple fact that beauty is a perceptual matter and something that greatly varies from person to person. For beauty to truly exist should not there be something that is universally held as beautiful? What I am driving at here is that we have the term beautiful and we have gone so far as to define it be it on a technical merit or other and yet there is no universal law or symbol to represent the term. The thing about beauty is just as I said previously it resides in a plane of perception. Furthermore, this belief is held for any form of beauty outer or inner. Our moral compasses all point in different directions in regards to how we hold our fellow man and our eyes can see something as glorious while another set holds that same sight in disdain. With such sharp contrasts in what people view as beautiful and what beauty at the core really is can we even say that it has ever existed to begin with?