“Ethics and Aesthetics are one” wrote Ludwig Wittgenstein. And though this famous line invites (probably) misreading, what a lovely line to misread!* Anyway, here’s a brief video from The School of Life to that effect. It’s about why Beauty is NOT in the Eyes of the Beholder.
*because I think Wittgenstein’s argument is about the nature of language, logic, and meaning-making and not a statement about beauty itself. Someone more knowledgable will have to teach you.
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