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- Dec 7, 2014
In the animal kingdom we are only able to visualise colors from a certain color spectrum, but for dogs and even reindeers, their color spectrum could be smaller or eveb bigger (apparently reindeers can see ultraviolet rays). What I'm trying to get at is that since colors are not universal for all creatures, does this undermine the universality or apparent conservative stance of the objectivity of beauty? I ask this because colors I believe is one of the most fundemental dimension of beauty. What do you guys think? Or maybe is beauty only in the domain of humanity?