I was thinking about properties of objects. We say "sugar is sweet," but is it

I was thinking about properties of objects. We say "sugar is sweet," but is it

I was thinking about properties of objects. We say "sugar is sweet," but is it sweet in the absence of a mind to perceive that it is sweet? Could some other perception find that it is, say, sour instead? Or is it intrinsically sweet on its own, independent of an intellect to observe that it is sweet?

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