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31st Jul '17 7:49:29 AM SeptimusHeap
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* In WatershipDown Cowslips warren is a [[UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans Utopia]] of the extreme of harmony with no Chief Rabbit, no need to forage, and no struggle to survive-- and an [[TownWithADarkSecret unavoidable dark secret]]. Efrafa is a Utopia of discipline where rabbits follow TheSpartanWay. Neither are regarded as pleasant places. Though interestingly the Efrafan way at least gets [[WorthyOpponent an ambiguous kind of respect]].

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* In WatershipDown Literature/WatershipDown Cowslips warren is a [[UtopiaJustifiesTheMeans Utopia]] of the extreme of harmony with no Chief Rabbit, no need to forage, and no struggle to survive-- and an [[TownWithADarkSecret unavoidable dark secret]]. Efrafa is a Utopia of discipline where rabbits follow TheSpartanWay. Neither are regarded as pleasant places. Though interestingly the Efrafan way at least gets [[WorthyOpponent an ambiguous kind of respect]].
31st May '17 8:30:16 PM nombretomado
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* In the ''Literature/WheelOfTime'', the two halves of the One Power, saidar and saidin, are wielded through harmony and discipline, respectively. Saidar is described as a powerful but gentle river which one must surrender to in order to master it, whereas saidin is described as an all-consuming, violent maelstrom of fire which must be dominated and controlled. Either one can produce amazing results, but the greatest magical feats of all require both forces acting together.

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* In the ''Literature/WheelOfTime'', ''Literature/TheWheelOfTime'', the two halves of the One Power, saidar and saidin, are wielded through harmony and discipline, respectively. Saidar is described as a powerful but gentle river which one must surrender to in order to master it, whereas saidin is described as an all-consuming, violent maelstrom of fire which must be dominated and controlled. Either one can produce amazing results, but the greatest magical feats of all require both forces acting together.
20th May '17 11:18:48 AM nombretomado
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* In the ''{{Franchise/Ultima}}'' series, two of the six Ophidian Virtues are known as Ethicality (adhere to the rules of conduct) and Tolerance (accept that the world is what it is and that you're part of it). They are considered opposing Virtues by the forces of Law and Chaos, but in actuality it is necessary to balance both against each other, resulting in the Virtue of Harmony (be at peace with yorself and the world).

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* In the ''{{Franchise/Ultima}}'' ''{{VideoGame/Ultima}}'' series, two of the six Ophidian Virtues are known as Ethicality (adhere to the rules of conduct) and Tolerance (accept that the world is what it is and that you're part of it). They are considered opposing Virtues by the forces of Law and Chaos, but in actuality it is necessary to balance both against each other, resulting in the Virtue of Harmony (be at peace with yorself and the world).
11th May '17 10:03:11 PM Gaming28
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** Or elves can be disiplined soldiers and workers while the dwarves work as a unified, harmonious force through friendship and stong bonds.
23rd Jan '17 10:15:18 AM Noah1
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* GentleTouchVsFirmHand -- This duality is at its purest when apply guidance to others.

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* GentleTouchVsFirmHand -- This duality is at its purest when apply applying guidance to others.




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23rd Jan '17 9:39:26 AM Noah1
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* GentleTouchVsFirmHand -- This duality is at its purest when apply guidance to others.
29th Dec '16 10:22:16 AM nombretomado
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* In ChariotsOfFire, Eric is more Harmony, though he as a good streak of discipline as well. Harold is the extreme of discipline.

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* In ChariotsOfFire, ''Film/ChariotsOfFire'', Eric is more Harmony, though he as a good streak of discipline as well. Harold is the extreme of discipline.
19th Sep '16 7:47:23 AM Morgenthaler
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** Likewise, FriedrichNietzsche espoused two different "muses" or sources of inspiration for art, attributing them to the Greek gods Apollo (representing visual art and inspiring through dreams) and Dionysus (representing music and inspiring through intoxication). According to Nietzsche, the Apollonian (Discipline) was subordinate to the Dionysian (Harmony) insofar as Dionysian inspiration - hearing the mother's heartbeat ''in utero'' - was more primal and developed in the consciousness earlier than Apollonian, once the eyes were opened. However, the Apollonian also served to distinguish a more "enlightened" Dionysian art from aimless hedonism for its own sake.

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** Likewise, FriedrichNietzsche * Creator/FriedrichNietzsche espoused two different "muses" or sources of inspiration for art, attributing them to the Greek gods Apollo (representing visual art and inspiring through dreams) and Dionysus (representing music and inspiring through intoxication). According to Nietzsche, the Apollonian (Discipline) was subordinate to the Dionysian (Harmony) insofar as Dionysian inspiration - hearing the mother's heartbeat ''in utero'' - was more primal and developed in the consciousness earlier than Apollonian, once the eyes were opened. However, the Apollonian also served to distinguish a more "enlightened" Dionysian art from aimless hedonism for its own sake.
19th Mar '16 2:18:55 AM uhema
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* Music/AntonioVivaldi's opus 8 alludes to the duality in its title: ''Il Cimento dell'armonia e dell'inventione'' (the contest of Harmony and Invention). A collection of 12 violin concertos, of which the most famous are "The Four Seasons," the title refers to the pleasure Vivaldi experienced in alternating the ''ritornello'' (theme recurring like a refrain) with flights of fancy. Inverted, in that the "harmony" of the title (the concerted ''ritonello'') is Discipline, while the "invention" (the fanciful, programmatic passages) is Harmony, in the sense of this trope.
21st Dec '15 9:00:41 PM Specialist290
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* FleshVersusSteel

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* FleshVersusSteelFleshVersusSteel -- Harmony's raw strength versus Discipline's keen edge, expressed in physical terms.



* FurAgainstFang

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* FurAgainstFangFurAgainstFang -- Werewolves represent the raw, untamed beast in Harmony with nature; vampires represent the unliving, unnatural beings that use Discipline to manipulate and corrupt their prey.
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