Saturday, April 14, 2012

Genesis part 2 ( how a dream is shaped and flourished in a minimalist's conscience)

Genesis part 2 ( how a dream is shaped and flourished in a minimalist's conscience)

A minimalist may work in an environment of his own intellect and comfort zone but the point is how minimalism accounts for the reality that presents itself in terms of things that don't look so minimalistic to others. 
Dreamers are a race which shares its bloodlines from different parts of the world  and different cultures

A minimalist dreams up a solution for a problem  just to solve it not to specifically strip the situation down to minimalism 
To make my point clear i would love to quote George Boole ,the man who gave us the Boolean logic, the binary number system , his view of the problem of computation was well as far as i could deduce quite minimalistic 

"I am fully assured, that no general method for the solution of questions in the theory of probabilities can be established which does not explicitly recognize, not only the special numerical bases of the science, but also those universal laws of thought which are the basis of all reasoning, and which, whatever they may be as to their essence, are at least mathematical as to their form."-George Boole

the prime questions he asked himself while deducing this as i assume would be:-

1. why use our fingers  to  base for our number system.
2. why everything significant is in a pair and for some reason has an absolute single opposite ,why two why opposite why just  true or false, real or unreal , positive or negative.

you see a minimalist is a very reasonable man.

the conclusion that i draw and deduce is :-
dreams are not subject to minimalism in general the life story of GEORGE BOOLE is a fine example of rich,realistic and yet simple dreams which change the world a salute to a true man of science, a mathematician unlike any other. 

1 comment:

Shubham Bhushan said...

Minimalism often inspires great ventures. The beauty is not to create a hugely complex and convulated systems beauty is in simplicity and functionality.
And as the saying goes
"Small is beautiful"
Let us all be driven by a passion for simplicity and beauty.