Symbolism, math, and ancient archeology

  1. intended for or likely to be understood by only a small number of people with a specialized knowledge or interest. Defines what?
    Esoteric
  2. adjective ‹formal› (especially of a doctrine or mode of speech) intended for or likely to be understood by the general public defines what?
    Exoteric
  3. In agent Egypt symbolism in writing work differently for modern English or other languages how?
    We use numbers in a similar way, moving from abstract symbols to quantitative evaluations. But hieroglyphic writing works in the opposite or centrifugal direction. The image, the form, is evoking abstract, ciations defined but only experienced. A centering sense of unification
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johnbowens
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Symbolism, math, and ancient archeology
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The symbolism of math and science with music and ancient archeology with science.
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