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FROM APHRODITE GODDNESS TO MODERN WOMAN


Esthetic

Like many of the philosophical branches, aesthetics originated in Greece along with philosophy.

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In this evolution, among the legends of the various Greek gods are embodied the ugliness values and male and female beauty we find some of the most revealing myths of human feelings. For the personification of the feminine beauty it is indicated to Aphrodite, goddess of the love and the beauty, equivalent to the Roman Venus. In the Iliad of Homer appears as the daughter of Zeus and Dione, one of his consorts, but in later legends it is described sprouting from the foam of the sea and its name can be translated as ‘born of foam’. In the Homeric legend, Aphrodite is the wife of Hephaestus, the ugly and lame god of fire. Among her lovers is Ares, god of war, who in later mythology appears as her husband. She was the rival of Persephone, queen of the underworld, with whom she fought for the love of the beautiful young Greek Adonis.
While the beautiful young Adonis, loved by the goddesses Aphrodite and Persephone is the male personification. Born of the incestuous union of King Cinyras of Cyprus and his daughter, Adonis was placed under the custody of Persephone, queen of the underworld. When Adonis died when attacked by a wild boar that he hunted, Aphrodite implored the god Zeus to return it to him. Zeus decreed that Adonis would spend the winter months with Persephone in Hades and the summer months with Aphrodite. The story of his death and resurrection is a symbol of the natural cycle of death and rebirth.
The pagan incarnation of ugliness is Pan, which in Greek mythology is the god of forests, fields and fertility, son of Hermes, messenger of the gods, and a nymph. In part animal, with the horns, legs and ears of a goat, was a robust deity, god of shepherds and goatherds. Magnificent musician, with his flute of reed or pipe accompanied the nymphs of the forest while they danced. His favorite places were mountains, caves and rugged landscapes, but his favorite was Arcadia, where he was born. He invented this flute when he was pursuing the nymph Siringa and locked her in a bed of reeds so that she could not escape from it; Pan, then, took canes of unequal length and played with them. The god always praised the nymphs playing the instrument, but all rejected it because of its ugliness. It is assumed that the word panic derives from the fear felt by travelers when they heard the sound of their flute in the solitude of the night.

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Esthetic and beauty


DOES IT MEANS WE HAVE BEAUTY LEVELS?

The aesthetic traces several levels of measurement of the attributes of human beauty that range from the simplicity of the pretty, the candor of the beautiful and in the highest concept the naturalness of the beautiful. Others maintain that the inner beauty of a person can be valued by the positive qualities that a person practices before other people that without overrating the physical as we regularly emphasize, make human values as the primary standard of social estimation and public recognition.
We recognize that the physical appearance, dress and manners of our behavior are signs of education or academic preparation, as well as social status, but physical attractiveness also arises if there is a difference between the beautiful and the sublime. On the one hand we find the inherent factors in the personality and experience of each person as the “Vanity” which is defined as a quality of conceit and presumption for what is shown or demonstrated. Parallel the sense of “personal taste” is differentiated in each individual or group of influence, among the evolution of social fashions, we can point out that submitting to the jury after preparing and instructing ourselves in the areas of communication, audiovisual media, modeling, advertising and other similar fields; It requires a prior process of adaptation to criticism by not falling into grace and dreaming of a goal for the sake of taste.
Another aspect of aesthetics that should not disturb or inhibit us at all times is the sense of belonging to a race, a term used to classify humanity according to physical and genetic characteristics. Historically, physical anthropologists had divided humanity, according to its morphological features, into three great subdivisions or races: Negroid, Mongoloid and Caucasian. Some scientists went further by adding the Amerindian and the Oceanic. As a biological concept, the breed was more evident when the differences made reference to the morphological features, such as skin pigmentation, color, shape and thickness of the hair, the shape of the nose or body structure.

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BLOOD, PLASMA AND HEMOGLOBIN

Blood is a liquid substance that circulates through the arteries and veins of the body. Its color is bright red or Scarlet when it has been oxygenated in the lungs and passes to the arteries where it acquires a bluish tonality when it has given up its oxygen to nourish the body’s tissues. This vital liquid is formed by plasma, a Yellowish substance in which millions of cells account for about 45% of the Volume of whole blood. A large part of the plasma is water, which
facilitates the circulation of many factors Indispensable that form the blood. In the healthy adult the blood volume is one-eleventh of the weight Body, from 4.5 to 6 liters. One cubic millimeter of human blood contains about five million corpuscles or White blood cells called leukocytes, and between 200 and 300 thousand platelets called thrombocytes.  The Which also carry many salts and dissolved organic substances.

Plasma is a complex substance that contains small amounts of plasma proteins, substances Inorganic compounds such as sodium, potassium, calcium chloride, carbonate and bicarbonate, as well as sugars, hormones, enzymes, lipids, amino acids and degradation products such as urea and creatinine. Between their plasma proteins albumin, the main agent responsible for the maintenance of blood osmotic pressure, and consequently helps in its diffusion through the blood walls.

Hemoglobin is a protein of red blood cells, it is the most important special blood pigment and Its function is the transport of oxygen from the lungs to the body’s cells. Meanwhile, we remind you that Volume 4 of the revolutionary
diet plan “12 DIETS OF PLENITUDE” provides us with a circulatory diet that with greater detail and recommendations the fulfillment of a process of natural prevention through the feeding.


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