Taste in an <strong>age of endless choice</strong>. Aesthetic preferences help to construct identity. But in learning what we like, have we forgotten what we love?

Taste in an age of endless choice. Aesthetic preferences help to construct identity. But in learning what we like, have we forgotten what we
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Taste in an age of endless choice. Aesthetic preferences help to construct identity. But in learning what we like, have we forgotten what we love?

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