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Submitted by Erik Christensen on Tue, 2007-07-31 22:35
A question has been on my mind of late: what sort of esthetics make an automobile truly a machine of beauty? I look at the Toyota Prius and I see boredom and what appears to be an assault of sorts on the genius and beauty of design and flow. Of course, that can be expected seeing as the car is designed to please and appease the environmentalist types; small, ugly, insignificant, guilt-for-even-being-on-the-road, and unwilling to stand out. So, what do you think?-what type of car would you say is worthy of the esthetic beauty which us Objectivists value?
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