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This is a discussion on Questions to an ENFP on absolutely ANYTHING :) within the ENFP Forum - The Inspirers forums, part of the NF's Temperament Forum- The Dreamers category; Originally Posted by All in Twilight This makes it a bit hard for me to clarify myself. Geometry is inherently ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by All in Twilight View Post
    This makes it a bit hard for me to clarify myself. Geometry is inherently objective. Just google Plato and sacred geometry. Da Vinci applied it all the time. Most people don't know why they like Da Vinci, they just like it but they can't rationalize why they like it. But there is a good reason why Da Vinci is so appealing: sacred geometry→golden ratio (can be found everywhere in nature as well) - we humans are naturally attracted to that because it makes sense/it makes it visually appealing. But we are getting a bit off topic (derailing the thread) so if you want to debate about this, you have to start your own thread.
    @LadyBecca Geometry is a field of Mathematic that helps to creature Art as well. Being a method to react Art doesn't make it subjective, Geometry is obj-And after seeing your post I give up. Nope. I'm not doing this any more.

    I actually know why I don't like Da Vinci's PAINTINGS, I don't like his style, but I do love his sketch work to death.
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    ENFP - The Inspirers


    Quote Originally Posted by LadyBecca View Post
    Why would I want to debate you about this? LOL. I just think you are pretentious and am making fun of you. That's where I'm coming from here.
    For me this was nothing personal. I was just actually just trying to help you since I know that I am probably the best classical musician here on PerC. That is no arrogance because I want no recognition for it, I only want to share my knowledge with other people to help them grow. If I knew beforehand that I would crush your brittle ego, then I wouldn't have replied in the first way.

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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    Aya. . .my point is that "sacred geometry" is a subjective aesthetic theory. There is nothing "objective" about the idea that something is "sacred." LOL.

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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    Quote Originally Posted by All in Twilight View Post
    For me this was nothing personal. I was just actually just trying to help you since I know that I am probably the best classical musician here on PerC. That is no arrogance because I want no recognition for it, I only want to share my knowledge with other people to help them grow. If I knew beforehand that I would crush your brittle ego, then I wouldn't have replied in the first way.
    Help me? Help me how, I wonder? Help me understand classical music. . .something I obviously have demonstrated that I really want to understand?<--(this was sarcasm. consider this one a freebie)

    In terms of "crushing my brittle ego". . .if I were you, I would consider who has indicated here that he or she has a heavy investment in the topic of music and aesthetics. Just because I'm being rude to you does not mean I am threatened by any of this. I enjoy making fun of people, particularly pretentious people with blind spots who seem like soft targets. Since this is the internet and we don't actually know each other, I don't stand to lose anything socially, either. So yeah.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LadyBecca View Post
    Aya. . .my point is that "sacred geometry" is a subjective aesthetic theory. There is nothing "objective" about the idea that something is "sacred." LOL.
    That's what I was going to explain. He probably referred to it as scared because he is talking about a Geek Temple. I don't know, ask him.

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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    Quote Originally Posted by AyaSullivan View Post
    That's what I was going to explain. He probably referred to it as scared because he is talking about a Geek Temple. I don't know, ask him.
    LOL no. He referred to it as "sacred geometry" because "sacred geometry" is the name of the particular type of bullshit he was talking about in that sentence. Wikipedia is your friend, Aya.

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    Quote Originally Posted by LadyBecca View Post
    LOL no. He referred to it as "sacred geometry" because "sacred geometry" is the name of the particular type of bullshit he was talking about in that sentence. Wikipedia is your friend, Aya.
    Geometric ratios, and geometric figures were often employed in the design of Egyptian, ancient Indian, Greek and Roman architecture. Medieval European cathedrals also incorporated symbolic geometry. Indian and Himalayan spiritual communities often constructed temples and fortifications on design plans of mandala and yantra.

    Many of the sacred geometry principles of the human body and of ancient architecture have been compiled into the Vitruvian Man drawing by Leonardo Da Vinci, itself based on the much older writings of the roman architect Vitruvius.
    I don't see where bullshit applies here, but oh well I'm stupid.

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    ENFP - The Inspirers


    Quote Originally Posted by LadyBecca View Post
    Help me? Help me how, I wonder? Help me understand classical music. . .something I obviously have demonstrated that I really want to understand?<--(this was sarcasm. consider this one a freebie)

    In terms of "crushing my brittle ego". . .if I were you, I would consider who has indicated here that he or she has a heavy investment in the topic of music and aesthetics. Just because I'm being rude to you does not mean I am threatened by any of this. I enjoy making fun of people, particularly pretentious people with blind spots who seem like soft targets. Since this is the internet and we don't actually know each other, I don't stand to lose anything socially, either. So yeah.
    Rudeness is the weak person's imitation of strength.





    Goodbye.
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    ENFP - The Inspirers

    Dude, you're swimming in bullshit, not avoiding it. And I don't claim to be strong. I'm not particularly strong, and I don't imitate strong people either.

    I just had a stressful weekend and have been procrastinating a ton on the internet. You have been an amusing diversion for me. This is drama to you? Lol. You must have a boring life.

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    This is the moment where I go
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