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Re: Do We Perceive Beauty in an Unexpected Context
p.s. My point was that the context(s) in which we find ourselves lead
us to have certain expectations about what we may encounter. If you
go to Carnegie Hall, you're fairly certain you're getting ready to see
"art" (whether it's good or bad is another question...."Art is served
here".) When you go into the metro station, you're probably not
expecting any such thing.