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Indeed, Heidegger states that speech is characterized by 'idle talk [das Gerede]' because 'we have the same thing in view, because it is in the same averageness that we have a common understanding of what is said' (SZ 168).
Symmetry, averageness, and feature size in the facial attractiveness of women.
To become authentic, Dasein must "see through" the world of the "they" and realise itself, without forgetting that the being of averageness and everydayness is also a necessary and real way of being in the world.
This is clearly not a strictly mathematical kind of averageness, since our status as a prosperous social democracy is more exceptional in the world than not.
Averageness is a term used to describe how unusual or strange a person's facial features are.
Features that make a man look manly or a woman feminine can trump both averageness and symmetry, but only sometimes.
It's the pinnacle of averageness, the summit of so-so, the most perfectly-formed slice of so what?
Physical attractiveness is rooted in the geometric concept of symmetry, mathematical concept of averageness and biological concept of secondary sexual characteristics.
Physical attractiveness is rooted in the geometric concept of symmetry, mathematical concept of averageness, and biological concept of secondary sexual characteristics.
Once a threshold of averageness or typicality is reached (say, the approximately $10,000 it costs to insure a family of four), it is implausible that additional income will linearly be spent on health care.
1993) Human (Homo sapiens) facial attractiveness and sexual selection: The role of symmetry and averageness.
Researchers, in fact, have found that people of both sexes tend to prefer averageness in members of the opposite sex: The greater the number of faces poured (by computer) into a composite, the higher it's scored in attractiveness by viewers.