Comment on Argument_108 by Kaspar Wysser
Your book and mine (The theory of perspective demonstrated) have quite a few noticeable similarities. For one, the author of my book (John Cowley) was also an accomplished mathematician and geologist. Secondly, we both noticed that our authors decided to write a lot of continues text in their books even though it seems like a larger amount of drawings would have made equally, if not more sense/made the book more accessible for people who don’t have the same understanding of the subject. Both authors were alive around the same time, with mine being slightly older but it seems like they covered quite a similar topic. The most noticeable difference is that in my book, there seems to not be any mention of religion. And if it is mentioned, it isn’t a defining characteristic of the book.
Comment on Xenotheka_74 by Irina Burau
We seem to have chosen the same book from Alices search engine. “The Autopoiesis of Architecture, Volume I: A New Framework for Architecture” by Patrick Schumacher connects both our books. We seem to have also given a similar reason for picking this specific book. We both connected with the mention of perspective, because that is the most important thing in both our books. You say you couldn’t find a fundamental relationship other than the mention of perspective, while I interpreted that that was the fundamental relationship. My book (“The Theory of Perspective Demonstrated” by John Cowley) was published about 150 years after yours, but judging from the title and the suggested books they have quite a bit in common.