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Golden Mean; The Golden Mean; Golden mean (disambiguation)

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تعريف

golden mean
¦ noun
1. the ideal moderate position between two extremes.
2. another term for golden section.

ويكيبيديا

Golden mean

Golden mean may refer to:

  • Golden mean (philosophy), the felicitous middle between the extremes of excess and deficiency
  • Golden mean (Judaism), a philosophy pertaining to body and soul in Jewish belief
  • Golden ratio, a specific mathematical ratio (sometimes called golden mean)
  • Golden ratio (mathematics and visual art)
  • The Golden Mean (1993), third novel in The Griffin and Sabine Trilogy by Nick Bantock
  • The golden-mean fallacy, another name for the argument to moderation
  • Doctrine of the Golden Mean, a chapter in Li Ji, one of the Four Books of Confucianism
أمثلة النطق لـ٪ 1
1. I talk in the book-- Aristotle's golden mean basically
Ego is the Enemy _ Ryan Holiday _ Talks at Google
2. Aristotle has this concept of the golden mean, right?
Understanding Your Ego _ Ryan Holiday _ Talks at Google
أمثلة من مجموعة نصية لـ٪ 1
1. The ratio is known as the "golden mean" for its universal applications.
2. All those responsible for securing flights to Israel and from it – El Al, the Airports Authority and the security services – must urgently find a golden mean between security requirements and upholding every passenger‘s civil rights.
3. The taxi drivers have asked to put up their prices due to rises in the cost of fuel. «We are trying to find the golden mean,» said Transport Minister Michalis Liapis, adding that a decision would be made within the next three weeks so that any new fares would be effective from the New Year.
4. During one new piece, "Adventures Aboard the Golden Mean," the band spent some time making a collective reference to one of his standards, "Footprints." It wasn‘t programmed, like listening to a record; it was more like watching a sped–up picture of weather patterns.
5. Someone has got to come up with a middle–ground of language competence for native speakers, the golden mean where we don‘t sound like Eliza Doolittle in either of her incarnations. '6;$';ę ňH';ćĺëî (which I think is Russian blog–speak for "man, what a bitch"). Michele A.