It is now commonplace to hear that beauty is subjective. Yet, it seems to obey stringent codes. For example in China, the concept of beauty tends to align itself on european dictates (white skin, big eyes). According to Thomas Bevilacqua, beauty has not to be viewed through any beauty standard.
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