One thing I can't seem to get my head around is why for example, some words are "better" than others. Like many people would agree that in the english language, the word "radium" is a "better" word than "uklikan." It sounds better, it looks better, and it rolls better off the tounge. Same with music, many people agree that some music is better than other music. If you have a drum loop, then bach's music has been said to be "better" than the drum loop. But why do so many people agree on this? is there some objective value one can extract from such a subjective concept? If all subjective values and concepts are subjective only, how can anything be better than anything else? As a last example, let's take something really abstract; paintings. If people react to detail, complexity, coloring(why are some colors better than others anyway? Who decides these things?), forms, etc, then there must be some objective component we can measure. Anyone care to enlighten me? Am I looking at it the wrong way perhaps?