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1. Language is a part of reality.
2. Reality is dependent on language.
3. All of reality is dependent on a part of reality.

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Sex, the body, art and aesthetics.

Why is the naked body – or the body – thought of as beautiful, given that the beautiful is usually used to describe nature and art, and that the body has little in common with art or nature (at least to the extent that there is a man:nature dichotomy operative). Is art beautiful because it recalls – or metaphorizes, somehow – the original beauty of the body? Why should the body be beautiful? In fact, does thinking of the body help philosophy to recall the way in which value leads (to) the beautiful? Obviously the bodies of others are valuable to us, in the same way that others are valuable to us, and to the extent that they are contained within their bodies, or simply are their bodies. Are others themselves beautiful; is simply that which is other to us, beautiful, as an evasion of the ennui of the same? Is the different beautiful? (I mean: think of the eroticisation of racial and sexual difference – though still there is the original question here: what is the relationship between the erotic and beautiful?) Are their (the „others‘) bodies therefore beautiful as aesthetic (and can this be reduced here to perceptible?) manifestations of what is valuable? This, of course, goes against most aesthetic theories which focus on art …for its own sake“. How can the body be …for its own sake“, given that is accompanied by affective relationships? Or does the beauty of the body – in the case of unknown model – begin to disappear when it becomes entangled in affective relationships? Do we truly find our spouses, or children, more beautiful than those we don‘t know? Does …knowing“ the body – in the biblical sense as well as the general sense – ruin beauty? Is beauty opposed to familiarity? Is beauty, therefore, negative, always anti-social, in the sense that familiarity relates to reproduction and security, which is pro-social?

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