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FACTORY INSTALLED Do our minds come to us factory installed Do we have free will Do we have a choice in the art we find beautiful the homes and landscapes we choose to live in do we decide who we will marry Is man one hundred percent predetermined Is everything we do depending on our genetics and is everything hereditary I think that everything we sense has an aesthetic quality whether we like it or not and the aesthetic quality effects us whether we know it or not Why we choose our habitats today and why our ancestors did is connected We prefer homes that will provide protection status we like trees grassy yards and water much like our ancestors did We like our ancestors choose grassy wooded areas because of the resources and refuge it may provide Certain landscapes turn us on or turn us off Today we live in neighborhoods rather than the forest Yet we still surround ourselves with manmade lakes and rivers we put plants in our homes we surround ourselves with things we would have gotten and needed from nature in the past Our ancestors need to live by plants that would provide food We can live by a grocery store As time goes by we tend to move further and further away from our evolutionary instincts because culture has changed so drastically over millions of years We have learned to adapt to a new society and the new things that we need to do and have to survive such as a home near a school that will provide and education and possibly a better job in the future to ensure a better income so we can buy food and clothing for our families What we consider beautiful art may also be genetically imprinted in our minds We tend to prefer outdoor scenes animals people trees and water Flowers in painting have been shown to
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