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  1. It can be proved by the example of an experiment. You take a friend, go to a bar with him, get a beer, and then watch what girls he hits on. If you don't like those girls, and he thinks they're sexy and beautiful…..Then here's the answer – beauty is subjective.�

    It can be proved simply by the example of the brain. Our brains love symmetry. Our brain automatically marks symmetrical faces, evaluates them as beautiful. And since each brain is different, it turns out that the assessment is conducted from brain to brain – in different ways. So much for subjectivity. My brain likes one type, my friend's brain likes a completely different one.

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