What Is Beauty To You?
Beauty is the mental or emotional state that one experiences after being in contact with the things around them. It can be objectively measured and objectively evaluated as well. The word ‘beauty’ comes from the Greek word ‘gift’, which means ‘skill or desire’. Beauty is commonly defined as a subjective attribute of objects, which makes these objects pleasant to see.
Beauty, with art and especially beauty, is often the subject of aesthetics, a major branch of the humanities philosophy. The aesthetic appreciation of beauty is subjective, dependent upon the observer, and there are no objective or empirical measurements of beauty. We all have different perceptions and personal preferences for beauty, which may coincide with or contradict one another. We do not expect the definition of beauty to be universally accepted since beauty varies from one person to another. We all have an inherent preference for beauty.
Most of us believe that beauty is what we should feel rather than what it looks like. We are not afraid of being seen as beautiful, although we are embarrassed when others make remarks about our looks or compare us to other people. We all like the idea of being appreciated for who we are. However, how we personally feel about a person is rarely based on anything objective.
We all have different pre-conceived notions of beauty. Some people may feel beautiful in their appearance, while others may feel ugly. Some people may feel very self conscious about the way they look, whereas others may not give a care. Everyone has a different way of viewing beauty. Beauty is only one aspect of who we are, but it is something we all share in common.
In aesthetics, beauty is studied from an objective and scientific perspective. Aesthetic research seeks to reveal the relationship between “naturalness” and “personality” through a systematic research approach. It attempts to answer the question: what makes a thing beautiful. Researchers attempt to uncover the real, underlying characteristics that distinguish beauty from ugliness. Aesthetics research also attempts to explain why some things are beautiful while others are not. Beauty is considered a subjective concept that can be subjective to the beholder.
Some may worry that looking the way that they do may make them more appealing to other people than they would otherwise, which may be true. But beauty is not something that can be measured. While certain outside factors such as appearance can be taken into consideration, the true beauty of a person is something that cannot be measured. Whether or not something is beautiful to you may be completely relative to your own personal perspective and the standards of beauty for you.