The one is the to poiein, or the principle of synthesis and has for its objects those forms which are common to universal nature and existence itself; the other is the to logizein or principle of analysis and its action regards the relations of things, simply as relations; considering thoughts, not in their integral unity but as the algebraical representations which conduct to certain general results. Reason is the enumeration of quantities already known; Imagination is the perception of the value of those quantities, both seperately and as a whole. Reason respects the differences, and Imagination the similitudes of things. Reason is to Imagination as the instrument to the agent, as the body to the spirit, as the shadow to the substance.
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There are definitely differences between the scenes in these cities, especially in the way people dance and the general style. These common things are merely the ones I could come up with offhand, this list is not exhaustive. These are just things that generally tend to be popular with Goths.
Perhaps, they see someone else with it and are doing it to fit in. It becomes a matter of fashion rather than awareness of what the symbol means and why they wear it.
Not everyone clearly understands their actions and habits or the reasons behind them. Fashion Some of the popular gothic style traits: In general, Goths view paleness as much more aesthetically pleasing than being tan, whether or not they have a reason why.
The pentacle is basically a pentagram with a circle around it. These terms are often used synonymously. Tongue, nose and nipple piercings seem most common. It depends on the person. They are usually decorated with band stickers. Guys and girls alike carry them. Some Goths tend to look like: The vampire archetype look also contains some commonalties with the vampire-free Victorian aesthetics: Punk archetype -- ripped tights, chains and spikes, a leather jacket, boots, ratted hair, defiant attitude.
Tortured artist archetype -- a bohemian influence, wearing all black, maybe kinda beatnik, wearing sunglasses all the time, maybe a beret, thin, tired-looking, a notebook carried around at all times, can be seen reading alone in coffee shops.
The tortured artist look may be a little more avant-garde, but it is not quite as clearly defined fashion-wise. It is made more by how someone acts than how they look. For guys, some common Goth looks are: A fishnet shirt and vinyl or leather pants with some sort of boots and other various accessories.
A white shirt sometimes with the collar folded up to cover the neckblack pants, a black vest, boots or dress shoes. Some of the guys will wear makeup, skirts, corsets or heels.
Gothic tends to be a very androgynous thing, where some of the straight guys like to look or dress feminine, either to challenge social gender barriers, to show that they have an open mind, or as just a fashion thing.
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For girls, some common Goth looks are: A cleavage-enhancing corset top with a long, flowing or tutu-like skirt. A crushed velvet dress with either boots or heels. A fishnet shirt with a black bra underneath, a bondage belt or some other type and either 1 a short vinyl skirt 2 a long velvet skirt 3 tight leggings or stirrup pants usually made of vinyl or crushed velvet.
Fishnet stockings with a vinyl dress, bondage gear, high heels or heel boots. Many Goths are well-read in "classic" literature, religion, philosophy, history, and politics.
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