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" s saying, that Nature is sure to act consistently and with a constant analogy in all her operations: from whence I conclude the same numbers, by means of which the agreement of sounds affects our ears with delight, are the very same which please our eyes... "
Paths from Ancient Greece - Pagina 109
geredigeerd door - 1988 - 206 pagina’s
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The Mathematics of the Ideal Villa and Other Essays

Colin Rowe - 1982 - 223 pagina’s
...microcosm, of the process exhibited at a larger scale in the workings of the world. In Alberti's words: "Nature is sure to act consistently and with a constant analogy in all her operations"? and, therefore, what is patent in music must also be so in architecture. Thus, with proportion as a...
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Geometry and the Visual Arts

Daniel Pedoe - 1976 - 296 pagina’s
...on Architecture, wrote: . . . and indeed I am every day more and more convinced of the truth of the Pythagoras saying, that Nature is sure to act consistently,...delight, are the very same which please our eyes and mind. Alberti used these musical proportions to relate the three dimensions, height, length and breadth,...
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The Palladian Landscape: Geographical Change and Its Cultural ...

...to be most compleat and admirable, and indeed 1 am even, day more and more convinced ot the truth ot Pythagoras' saying that Nature is sure to act consistently...and with a constant analogy in all her operations. 6 Human reason should be directed to exposing and applying this consistency 1t was a reason which worked...
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Sources of Architectural Form: A Critical History of Western Design Theory

Mark Gelernter - 1995 - 306 pagina’s
...therefore that it can be described mathematically: 'I am ... convinced of the Truth of Pythagoras 's Saying, that Nature is sure to act consistently, and with a constant Analogy in all her Operations'." He devoted much of his work to setting out the numbers 'which seem to be greater Favourites with Nature...
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Social Formation and Symbolic Landscape

Denis E. Cosgrove - 1984 - 293 pagina’s
...proportions is best gathered from those things which we find in nature herself to be most compleat and admirable, and indeed I am every day more and...with a constant analogy in all her operations. From this I conclude that the same numbers, by means of which the agreement of sounds affects our ears with...
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The Musical Order of the World: Kepler, Hesse, Hindemith

Siglind Bruhn - 2005 - 256 pagina’s
...complete and admirable; and indeed I am every day more and more convinced of the Truth of Pythagoras's Saying, that Nature is sure to act consistently, and...constant Analogy in all her Operations: From whence 1 conclude that the same Numbers, by means of which the Agreement of Sounds affects our Ears with Delight,...
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European Music, 1520-1640

James Haar - 2006 - 576 pagina’s
...Ibid., 81-111. of music, as Leone Battista Albertl (1404-1472) says in his De re aedificatoria The numbers by means of which the agreement of sounds...delight are the very same which please our eyes and minds. . . . We shall therefore borrow all our rules for harmonic relations from the musicians to whom...
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