Fluidity and Solidness in Language and Brains

Linguistic evidence suggests we’re more aware of physical conditions in our brains than we realize. These conditions appear to influence our preferences and behavior, rather than being an inconsequential side effect of neural structure and connections. The abundance of mixtures of fluidity with solidness in art and language requires an explanation…

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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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Thermoaesthetics

Thermoaesthetics

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