Sacred Number: The Secret Quality of Quantities

Sacred Number: The Secret Quality of Quantities Miranda Lundy Harry McNaugh Adam Tetlow
  • Title: Sacred Number: The Secret Quality of Quantities
  • Author: Miranda Lundy Harry McNaugh Adam Tetlow
  • ISBN: 9780802714565
  • Page: 172
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Sacred Number: The Secret Quality of Quantities Miranda Lundy Harry McNaugh Adam Tetlow Sacred Number The Secret Quality of Quantities Numbers permeate every aspect of our lives very little happens without a basic ability to manipulate the simple whole numbers we all take for granted Beautifully illustrated with old engravings as wel
    Numbers permeate every aspect of our lives very little happens without a basic ability to manipulate the simple whole numbers we all take for granted Beautifully illustrated with old engravings as well as contemporary imagery, Sacred Number introduces basic counting systems significant numbers from major religious texts the importance of astronomy, geometry, and musicNumbers permeate every aspect of our lives very little happens without a basic ability to manipulate the simple whole numbers we all take for granted Beautifully illustrated with old engravings as well as contemporary imagery, Sacred Number introduces basic counting systems significant numbers from major religious texts the importance of astronomy, geometry, and music to number quality how numbers affect architecture Lundy explains why the ideas of Pythagoras still resonate, and she profiles each number from one to ten to show its distinct qualities why, for example, the golden section is associated with five, and seven with the Virgin Mary.
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    166 Comments


    1. Sacred Number by Miranda Lundy 2006

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    2. Very short book feels like a preview of a longer, informative book There were some interesting tid bits, especially about 0, and the author is clearly knowledgeable, but there wasn t enough in here to really do much for me.

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    3. Paging through an entry in the Wooden Books series, and pondering the contents, is an enjoyable way to spend an evening This book includes snapshots of various numbers and why those numbers are meaningful in math, science, religion, history, etc.It s a small book, so they don t cover all of the numbers.

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    4. This is a beautifully illustrated book which describes the quality of numbers It is of an introduction that the reader may use as the basis for further research and investigation I did learn many new things and it has rekindled my interest in numbers and their pattern.

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    5. This work is far too short It barely covers any ground concerning number symbolism.

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