Scarry explains that there are many beautiful things

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everyone's relation to one another. Scarry explains that there are many beautiful things in the world that you can be attracted to. “Beauty is a call.” Analysis of the text 1. What perspectives do the two friends that Scarry mentions in the beginning of this selection add to her understanding of beauty and justice? Why do you think she introduces these perspectives to begin this section of her essay? The perspective the two friends that ass to her understanding is that they are studying similar things to what
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she is and can help her better understand. She introduces them in the beginning because that is just where it best fits in the essay and she refers back to what they say throughout the essay. 2. What are the “three sites” that our attention falls upon when speaking of a beautiful object? How do these sites provide different perspectives on beauty? The first of the three sites are symmetry of everyone’s relation to one another meaning that beauty of symmetry. She explains that there are many things to be attracted to. The sites provide different perspectives on beauty by showing the different ways that she explains. 4. Why does Scarry believe that symmetry in beauty and symmetry in justice are connected by more than just analogy? Does she believe that they are ultimately the same thing? She believes that they share a feature, rather than the much stronger formulation. Beautiful things hold steadily visible the manifest food of equality and balance. Reflection In Elaine Scarry’s essay on Beauty and Being Justice, she explains that beauty is more that just looking pretty or attracted to something, she shows her opinion. I think that in her writing she shows facts and her opinion on beauty and this is a very persuasive writing that is wrote very well. Questions for discussion or research 1. What does Scarry use in her writing that talks about symmetry?
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