Edited By: E Voland and K Grammer
360 pages, 76 illus, 11 in col
Evolutionary aesthetics is the attempt to understand the aesthetic judgement of human beings and their spontaneous distinction between 'beauty' and 'ugliness' as biologically adapted. The hypothesis is that beauty opens up fitness opportunities, while ugliness holds fitness risks.
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