- Apr 10, 2011
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Why does there have to be a final arbiter for aesthetics? It's OK for some things to be unresolvable and subjective. Daniel thinks it makes the shoes look better. If someone disagrees, that's OK too.Beyond that, theory be damned, who knows what inspires fashion? Daniel Wegan mentioned that 2) zero toe spring makes the shoes look less pedestrian." By what definition? Is Daniel (no offense intended) the final arbiter of this? Perhaps he is...for this generation. But like very other generation before it time-out-of-mind, the next will have its own eminently subjective notions of what is fashionable or stylish or attractive.
Some people believe in God, some people don't. There's no way to prove either side, but that doesn't mean people can't have an opinion on God. Or that one's belief in a higher being (or lack thereof) can't be a main driver for decisions.
Genuine question: do you not take aesthetics into account when buying clothes? Like, do you just choose whatever is "objectively" the best made?