Perfection in humanity is a comparison of an attribute to a standard that is generally agreed upon. This standard might be something, someone, or ideology like mathematics. Mathematical principles for the past generations proved successful in describing the secrets of the universe, as a result, it is itself standing out as a perfect tool. It has even been used to describe humans in many ways consequently using it as a tool to calculate sublimity is a paradox since the modern figurine of sublimity is itself. That’s the thing about calculation, you use something considered perfect to calculate what is not so for you to calculate perfection, you must accept that it does not exist.
What the masses agree as a perfect structure/being varied greatly reason being it’s an opinion. There are however three categories that are generally agreed on and humans subconsciously in the bias of comparison, consider perfect. The three categories get classified in are intelligence, the body, and character. Religions refer to this as mind, body, and soul although these terms will not be used for their general nature. The mind is what bears intelligence and the two coexist in a self-sustaining manner. Scientists might argue that computers bear intelligence but even it is a product of the mind. The ratio of mental age to chronological age multiplied by a hundred was one of Alfred Benet’s way of measuring intelligence.
Mental age is a comparison defined as one’s cognitive abilities relative to what other individuals of different ages do whereas chronological age is just the normal age a person would have. The answer to this equation gives a value known as the intelligent quotient with a value below 80 considered as not intelligent. This is mathematical proof that perfection in this category does not exist because the number produced is relative to millions that are not you. Identity is not seeked from a crowd but within oneself. Having a high number in a test like this does not mean someone is perfect but different, difference and exquisiteness are not the same. Body flawlessness is commonly attributed to standards like models and movie stars but it, amid every other thing, is also a smokescreen.
If factors like diseases and physical damage are removed, it was recently discovered that DNA in the mitochondria is exclusively responsible for aging due to constant mutation that eventually stops metabolism. That brought a big sense of equality since every living organism is at the core made of cells. So if such equality exists, is there need of bodily perfection? Blind people can’t tell body flawlessness because they can not compare. Knowledge about the body opens your eyes by closing them just like a vision with a blind man. Mathematical proof for this equality is part of cell biology and can be sourced from any book relevant to that field.
A perfect character is hard to calculate or study because its presence is a mystery, it can’t be seen or touched, only felt. It is one of the hardest perfection to grasp since it involves influencing opinion and eventually action in a way that yields either physical or psychological rewards. Its nature of little understanding is what has led individuals to call it true perfection. It is also powerful and people that have been known to have it are in all aspects, powerful people. Maths is numbered and calculating things that can’t be counted is not practical. This field is therefore only built with tips that proved successful with other people when exercised and relies very little on the comparison.
Religion and Science both agree about its power making it gain popularity as more numbers are counted trying to study people who attained a perfect record in this field. When the comparison is removed in mathematics, no specific person is perfect in the first two fields which leaves a question mark about the third field. Three major categories of exquisiteness have been given out and since it is now obvious of the boundaries of each, it’s safe to say that based on these principles that flawlessness is abstract. Flawlessness that is not abstract can be calculated due to its physical, countable nature. The calculations are used to bring order into a concept with a chaotic nature eventually realising the point of a paradox called The Meno’s Paradox.