Hi there everyone.
Has anyone noticed a connection where Delta quadra members are often more interested than average in the Middle Ages/Medieval period? I have two instructors at uni this semester whose interests tend to lie in that era of time, or slightly thereafter. Does being a member of the Delta quadra have anything to do with it? I myself find that I am often curious about this period in history. I'm not sure what there is about it that makes me interested. It appears to be just some unconscious draw. I think what I might like is the ambiguity one has to deal with as well as the constant sense of quiet enigma whenever one approaches the Middle Ages. Maybe that's a thing for Delta?
Perhaps there's also an unconscious association that Deltas might feel to the way of life during that time. It was rather simple for many people and centered around stability and predictability. People often seemed to have a much more localized or feudal mindset that I think works well with the Delta quadra. (As an opposite example, Beta seems to be more associated with a very expansive perception of the world that often engenders a somewhat imperial mindset.)
Just thoughts. Discuss?