On Jul 5, 2014, at 2:03 AM, GS Chandy <email@example.com> wrote:
> Fair enough. But: >>> >>> (RH): However, mathematics is universal, yet when you >>> compare the music of different cultures, the >>> differences indicate that music acts more like language >>> than it acts like mathematics. >> > What, if anything, does that mean? > > If it does in fact mean something, where did that come from?
Mathematics spreads throughout the world to other mathematicians at ease, instantly, and thus doesn?t have a strong cultural dependence. Music on the other hand doesn?t spread this way and thus does have a strong cultural dependence, like language.
It came from my acute awareness of things and my ability to think formally.