Disruptions of Roundness

Humans demonstrate an inherent appreciation for the disruption of simple round objects in words, idioms, stories, games, sports, art, symbols, mythology and sex. Other animals appear to have similar feelings.

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“But the peach rushed on across the countryside — on and on and on, leaving…

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A concept of aesthetic complexity based on universal animal preferences for mixtures of simple, more and less exciting physical and psychological opposites.

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A concept of aesthetic complexity based on universal animal preferences for mixtures of simple, more and less exciting physical and psychological opposites.

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