Posts Tagged ‘Nazis’

While mostly everyone will agree that there exist some things that can be described as true or good or at least as false or evil, very few will argue in support of objective beauty.  “Beauty is in the eye of the beholder” is perhaps one of the few absolutes adhered to in our very relativistic age.

According to this popular aphorism, when we state that something or someone is beautiful, it is just an opinion or a way of describing a pleasurable reaction to a person or an object.  Others might disagree, but there are no criteria for judging whether an object itself is beautiful. It is just a matter of taste and thus really doesn’t matter.

In this post I want to demonstrate that it does matter whether beauty is objective. We need to realize the results of contending that beauty is merely a subjective opinion. Here are four negative consequences to denying objective beauty. Read the rest of this entry »

This morning I was out early watering the flowers and other plants in the garden.  It suddenly occurred to me that this is an unnatural act.  These plants need to make it on their own.  If nature doesn’t give them the water they need to survive, let them die.  Evolution demands it.  Survival of the fittest, baby! Read the rest of this entry »