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A lot of Shakespeare’s works deal with the theme of love and with the theme of beauty, which is quite often the very ground for love. The purpose of this essay is to demonstrate that beauty is a subjective appreciation, by discussing three of Shakespeare’s works: Sonnet XX, Sonnet CXXX and the first scene in the third act from “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”.
The difference in the postmodern aesthetics of intensity, perhaps,is that we want somehow to the intensity, not to attribute it toaform. So we open up a gap between the intensity, which is us, and thepoem or art object, which comes to resemble a cultural husk. To put itanother way: theory and culture, as group projects, tend to excludesensibility; but poetry always has sensibility, which must be experiencedsubjectively. It was Hume, as we know, who took us from the object ofbeauty to its perceiving subject. In forming critical groups, we areforced to re-emphasize the of beauty: we write essays orbooksabout poetry, and our writings mediate between us as readers and writersand between us and the poetry, in a triangular objectification of poetry,critic, and (often critical) reader. We don't (sense) eachother, weread each other. Because this objectification--through the distancing ofboth poetic object and critical stance--is a false emphasis, the objectends up being emptied of its sensible beauty, which is always a questionof subjective human (though potentially shared) experience. So we end upsaying that the object has no beauty, and that we are wrong to speak ofbeauty, from a longing to solidify group perceptions in and about theobject. The subjective experience of beauty becomes closeted, off therecord. As Charles Lock puts it, "Perspectiveis the way out ofparticipation, our protection from confusion and involvement. Being leftoutside is the price of objectivity" (413).
There's an inherent difficulty in discussing mathematical beauty which is that as in all artistic endeavors, aesthetic judgments are subjective and vary from person to person. As Robert Langlands said in his recent essay
Is it a thing defined by us, or a thing that exists apart from us
(an emotion, feeling or evaluation). Subjective theory of beauty existed primary in the Antiquity and the middle Ages, while the modern period retained the objective theory for a long time. In this essay, we will get insights of both subjectivist and objectivist accounts.
Read the pros and cons of the debate Is beauty objective?
(1854-1912), often described as a "polymath," wrote, in his essay , that ignoring this subjective experience "would be to forget the feeling of mathematical beauty, of the harmony of numbers and forms, of geometric elegance. This is a true esthetic feeling that all real mathematicians know, and surely it belongs to emotional sensibility."