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  1. There are three main theories on this topic:

    1. Aesthetic values are created artificially, but you should not rush to conclusions in this case, because the value of your life in this situation, for example, is also created artificially. Basically, this is the null hypothesis of all Western philosophy since Descartes.
    2. Aesthetic values are ontologically real, and created by God/Logos/fluctuations of the quantum field, in general xs, but somehow sewn into the structure of the world. According toAccording to the Survey itself, this position is surprisingly common among modern philosophers and correlates well with moral realism.
    3. Artificiality and lack of art of any values is another Western dualistic crap. It is created by an unenlightened consciousness that is chasing something real out of greed and stupidity and pride. In one form or another, this will be the position of almost any branch of Eastern philosophy.

    In addition to them, there are more niche theories that partially overlap with the main ones above, but not necessarily. You can go through the list of philosophers who have ever poked into theoretical aesthetics, and each will have its own nuances.

    For my part, I suggest that we do not stop at any one answer, since theoretical aesthetics, like art itself, is especially beautiful in its diversity. Moreover, anthropologically, all these views are necessary for understanding the art of a particular culture, and the view of this art from someone else.

  2. Yes, it's true. Don't hesitate. Art is created by a person for a person. Art has three goals. The author has the first goal. He creates an art object in order to sell it, get carrots and increase his dominance in society. The second goal is for the owner of carrots. He wants to get an art object to generate emotions in himself in an easy way and increase his dominance as well. The third goal of art in power. The authorities consider art to be one of the ways to influence the state of society and hire authors to create the necessary art objects. Point.
    No other living creature other than sapiens is seen in the creation of art objects. Birdsong can partly be considered an art, since their songs vary individually, although within narrow limits.
    The word “artificial “is separated from the word” natural ” and by definition means an object created by Sapiens according to his plan. In the plans of sapiens, however, there may be something that he imagined and that does not occur in nature. That is, artificial in every sense.
    The very phenomenon of creating art objects arose evolutionarily, naturally, as one of the methods of storing and exchanging information between Sapiens.
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