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Is goodness of art objective or subjective? (8)


1 Name: Anonymous Speaker : 2015-12-05 12:30 ID:PTEEp0Tf

Do you think there are any cases in which certain pieces could be considered objectively better than others and why?
I especially want this person to answer.

2 Name: Anonymous Speaker : 2015-12-07 22:35 ID:Heaven

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3 Name: Anonymous Speaker : 2015-12-08 07:40 ID:Heaven

>>2
disgusting.

4 Name: Anonymous Speaker : 2015-12-27 13:51 ID:Heaven

>>3
What is and how?

5 Name: Anonymous Speaker : 2016-04-17 23:44 ID:equKB5It

>>4
he means that he dislikes 8chan, and linking to it even more so

6 Name: Anonymous Speaker : 2016-05-05 20:24 ID:Heaven

>>3
If >>5 is true, answer:
8chan overall is shit I agree, but what about that particular thread?

7 Name: Anonymous Speaker : 2020-01-06 18:10 ID:Pp0pshAr

Bumping because I think it's an interesting topic

I've found that it is objective, but not in the way people think it is. The vast, vast majority of people will generally perceive art the same way. If a movie is dramatic and does a good job being dramatic than everyone will see it as such.

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8 Name: Anonymous Speaker : 2020-03-17 08:36 ID:DGB9BdwA

Supposing that goodness in this context means: value, worth, importance.

The way I see it, the concept of goodness is purely a product of human mind.

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