Burke connects sublime to great ideas, having grand scope, as they are transcendent and beyond human capacity to understand in his Philosophical Enquiry. Beauty, according to Burke is beauty of sex and the passion of the present generation is merely lust. Men are usually carried to sex but they are also attached to personal beauty in particular. Carl Jung, a Swiss psychiatrist and founder of analytical psychology was a theoretical psychologist. His unique and significant approach to psychology has accentuated understanding the psyche by exploring the worlds of art, mythology, hilosophy, dreams and world religion. According to Carl Jung the practice of art can be approached through psychological angle and the fundamental nature of religion and art can be considered as subdivisions of psychology.
When art is evaluated with the help of psychology only that part of art, which is included in the process of its creation can be Mishra 2 considered. Science and arts are different by nature and they have some peculiar things in reserve that need to be explained in their own terms. While analyzing a poem or a poet it s not necessary to reduce them to elementary states even though the material used in the poetry can be traced back to his or her relation with mother, father or life partner or anyone else. David Hume is very clear about his concept of taste in his essay, Of the Standard of Taste. He is of the opinion that even if people of same background, having same prejudices and having received education under same government differ when it comes to the matter of taste and beauty.
Men even having their general discussion the same might ften differ with respect to beauty and irregularity of all kinds. Everyone has and seeks a Standard of taste, which is quite natural so that a uniform decision is taken. He says that Homer who was admired two thousand years ago at Athens and Rome, is still admired at London and Paris. The changes in government, climate or language have not done any harm to his fame and glory. Though same organs or state of mind gives pleasure in individuals it is not necessary that the same state or circumstances will give same amount of pleasure to two different individuals.
Edmund Burke says that beauty is a feeling and one is attached to another person or even animal only when his presence is a matter of joy and pleasure to the other. Carl Jung, basically a psychiatrist refers beauty by comparing psychology to arts and finds that even if both cannot be compared they are in close connection with each other. One of the interesting features of David Humes empiricist philosophy is the distinction between fact and value. Hume believes that personal experiences shapes the knowledge but there is uniformity in human mind regarding matter of taste.