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خشان خشان 08-11-2015 11:33 AM

Math and Knoweldge
 
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Hashem Adnan Kilani · University of Jordan
In different fields of arts and sciences, the different language idioms of each knowledge branch obscure the relation between such fields. By using numbers as a common language to express different field areas, we discover a big deal of relations which were hidden by language term differences.

An excellent example is this graphic expression of Kamil meter in Arabic Poetry.

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Its meter = ssLsL repeated six times. By considering s=1, L=2 and the last sL=12=3 ( verified in Arabic as being one unit called watid,

The meter = 1 1 2 3 – 1 1 2 3 – 1 1 2 3 – 1 1 2 3 – 1 1 2 3 – 1 1 2 3

Another example is the cross relation between rhythm in different languages, music, architecture and some natural features:

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يقف اختلاف المصطلحات في فروع المعرفة من آداب وعلوم حاجزا دون إدراك ما بينها من وشائج.

ومن خلال استعمال الأرقام كلغة مشتركة في هذه المجالات تتضيح لنا وجوه شبه كثيرة لم تكن ندركها.

من الأمثلة الجيدة على ذلك وردة بحر الكامل

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كما أن الرابط التالي يبين العلاقات المشتركة بين اللغات والموسيقى والمعمار وبعض عناصر الطبيعة.


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