I n ancient Greece, Helen of Troy, the instigator of the Trojan War, was the paragon of beauty, exuding a physical. Indeed, she was the toast of Athens, celebrated not for her kindness or her intellect, but for her physical perfection. But why did the Greek men find Helen, and other beautiful women, so intoxicating? In an attempt to answer this question, the philosophers of the day devoted a great deal of time to this conundrum. Plato wrote of so-called "golden proportions," in which, amongst other things, the width of an ideal face would be two-thirds its length, while a nose would be no longer than the distance between the eyes.
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What makes a pretty face?
Looking Good: The Psychology and Biology of Beauty
If this month in American media is anything to go by, there are few things that so enduringly capture public attention as an unsolved true-crime case involving a pretty young girl. In fact, new interviews with her brother who was 9 years old when she was murdered are being promoted, TV specials are being aired to mark the anniversary of her death , and people across the country are reading about the case with a renewed fervor. As former Boulder, Colorado, police chief Mark Beckner , who worked on the case, said in a Reddit AMA, "The media attention and the intrigue of a good murder mystery attracts lots of people. Add a small beauty queen and it only intensifies the interest. There's one clear reason why the case has remained such an object of fascination: Nobody has ever been convicted of murdering Ramsey. But there are many unsolved crimes in the world, and usually, when it becomes clear that a resolution is not forthcoming, public interest peters out rather than increases.
The evolutionary psychology of facial beauty.
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The notion of beauty is as varied as the individual patient. What one person perceives as attractive may be unsightly to another. If the perception of beauty of the patient is similar to that of the practitioner, the patient would be satisfied and the practitioner would be proud of their work. However, awareness of realistic expectations and the perception of beauty are very subjective and open to wide interpretation.