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The claim is this, "Kant's position rests on the claim that aesthetic judgments are universally 'valid' since they are based on the universal pleasurableness of the free harmony of the imagination and understanding.
William Dickens argued that subjective rankings of the pleasurableness or unpleasurableness of activities have probably changed over time, although this is impossible to measure.
The consistency and pleasurableness of their performances makes a strong case for these claims.