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In both contemporary aesthetic theory and sociology of art there is a tendency to conceive formation of taste not primarily as segmentation and status marker, but rather as connections and exchanges crossing traditional hierarchies. In this way they seem closer to a Kantian aesthetics than to Pierre Bourdieu's social critique of the judgment of taste. The aim of this article is to examine this tendency. To do this I will briefly introduce first the idea of subjective universality as formulateddoi:10.7146/nja.v20i36-37.2796 fatcat:lb2kzq5ywzgh3poeldvw7n5bye