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The enigma of numbers

By: Storm, Lance
Material type: TextTextPari, Italy Pari Publishing c2008Description: xxiv, 551p.; illusContent type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volume ISBN: 9788895604008Subject(s): Numbers | Numbers--History | Numbers, symbolism of | Numerology | Synchronicity | Infinity | Astrology | Yi jing | Music
Contents:
The philosophy of number. The archetype of number. The symbolism of number. Defining number. A brief history of number. Infinity. Zero (the void). One (the monad). Two (the dyad). Three (the triad). From three to four. Four (the tetrad). Five (the pentad). Six (the hexad). Seven (the heptad). Eight (the ogdoad). Nine (the ennead). Ten (the decad). The music of number. Synchronicity. Numerology. Astrology. I Ching. The Titius-Bode law. The chaos of number. The eleven gates of the 11:11. Paul Dirac's creation equation. The reasonable mind
Abstract: '...offers a tour de force through the infinitely fascinating world of numbers. Transcending disciplines the "number archetype" is brought to life for us in its cultural, historical, symbolic and scientific aspects....A valuable addition to the Jungian literature which seeks to explore the links between the scientific and the symbolic worlds.'
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The philosophy of number. The archetype of number. The symbolism of number. Defining number. A brief history of number. Infinity. Zero (the void). One (the monad). Two (the dyad). Three (the triad). From three to four. Four (the tetrad). Five (the pentad). Six (the hexad). Seven (the heptad). Eight (the ogdoad). Nine (the ennead). Ten (the decad). The music of number. Synchronicity. Numerology. Astrology. I Ching. The Titius-Bode law. The chaos of number. The eleven gates of the 11:11. Paul Dirac's creation equation. The reasonable mind

'...offers a tour de force through the infinitely fascinating world of numbers. Transcending disciplines the "number archetype" is brought to life for us in its cultural, historical, symbolic and scientific aspects....A valuable addition to the Jungian literature which seeks to explore the links between the scientific and the symbolic worlds.'

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