My main aim in this audiobook version is to add value in students' lives, especially to the visually impaired/handicapped. The pursuit of wisdom is dear to my heart, and I know that it is harder when one is dealing with disabilities in their scholastic pursuit. Hopefully, by converting my book into an audio version, and thus by the use of technology, I can convey the wisdom in the crucial message: that beauty is very much an integral part of our personal lives in our collective existence, meaning, beauty has an important and influential role in morality and it is invisibly integrated in business, science, ethics, philosophy and art.
Although, sometimes, we are unaware of beauty, one thing is for sure - we definitely experience it - we just don't see it, we feel it, and these are the reasons why we should get to know it. What is beauty and why is it important? What is ethics in aesthetics - morality in beauty? Hopefully after listening to this book, you would never look at things, places, people, experiences, feelings emotions, and especially you as an individual and your life the same way again.
Solis digs deep into kantian teachings and explains further. Great educational experience for college students.
Would you listen to Beauty Matters again? Why?
I like reading but when I'm traveling, I like to listen instead of reading because of motion and light problems.
Which scene was your favorite?
Ugliness and how humanity treats it.
If you were to make a film of this book, what would the tag line be?
Beauty Matters. Morality and Beauty
Any additional comments?
Well researched and discussed views of respected philosophers.