Geometry, Xoros, Synthetic Principles

DS 73-2 Proceedings of the 2nd International conference on Design Creativity Volume 2

Year: 2012
Editor: Duffy, A.; Nagai, Y.; Taura, T.
Author: Varlamou, H.
Section: Design Creativity Methods and Integration
Page(s): 359-366


What is the role of mathematical thinking when addressing logic address and paradox? An attempt to explore the educational significance of a relationship, with a variety of instructional implications. Pythagoreans developed a mathematical aesthetic vision of the universe, believing that everything in nature is harmoniously connected to a system of numerical ratios. Convinced that everything in the world ratios is natural numbers they reached number Phi, the golden section. The ancient Greeks called it

Keywords: mathematical thinking, art, architecture, aesthetics, educational significance


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