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Well, One could say your perspective of this is article is…wrong…but that isn’t constructive, nor fair as you are more than entitled to your view of it…

As to circles beging part of the Golden Section perhaps the term…indirectly… fits sensibilities better..which is fine…

It doesn’t change that fact that the Circles (and circles in general) when applied in different methods of design are…indirectly…connected to the Golden Section…I had no need to define a circle (as you did that is basic geometry and well understood I am sure by most here) to speak to one of the (many) uses of circles in traditional design work is another matter…By the way…a Pentagram and 3,4,5 Triangle and many other forms of geometrics in traditional design work also (indirectly and directly) are part of the application of the Golden Section and related tools of gaining natural proportion and homeostasis in a good design…Since this subject is not only vast (and acient) trying to over systemize it, and or define in to shear…this or that formulaic alone does the art natural design an injustice…

I believe perhaps, and this is just my perspective…some get to caught up in just trying to apply mathematical proportion alone and have very rectilinear thinking when it comes to design, and perhaps the application of some of these tools…or…the license of an author to employ circles, and related graphics to make a statement…One should not get to terribly bogged down in the details perhaps of…just the graphics…within a presentation. Just enjoy the big picture perspective of the topic and the fact that the table presented is rather nice…unless you don’t think so…and that is just fine too…

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