Aesthetic judgments are procedurally objective but neither ensure nor aspire to consensus, even in the long run. Reasons are adduced in aesthetic debates not to defeat opposing interpretations but to highlight features of the works they bear on. Antithetical interpretations of works of art exemplify different features.
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