Beauty May Differ in Each Half of the Eye of the Beholder

@inproceedings{Regard1988BeautyMD,
  title={Beauty May Differ in Each Half of the Eye of the Beholder},
  author={M. Regard and T. Landis},
  year={1988}
}
The perception of what we regard or ought to regard as aesthetic depends on the Zeitgeist. Aesthetics was, thus, not an issue in neuropsychology until cognitive psychology revived, leading to a more dynamic conception of brain function. Moreover, interpretations of the aesthetic experience depend on the philosophical viewpoint towards mind and body, i.e., on whether one defends a holistic concept or considers physical and mental processes to be separate entities. Despite changing views on… Expand
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