>Is our perception of beauty changing?
>Today the question of beauty isn’t really considered to be a subject of philosophy anymore. But for most of our history it has been. Plato was obsessed with it. It also formed a big part of philosophy throughout the renaissance and enlightement. Yet there are still many questions today.
Do we see beauty in a different light today? Will we see it in a different light in the future. Most men now say there are many models they don’t find attractive. Often people retort that they’re merely trying to present themselves in certain way. But what if it’s more than that? What if our idea of beauty is starting to change? Do you ever find yourself saying “most people would find him/her/that sight beautiful, but I don’t”?