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" The relationship of a surface to a solid or of a solid to a higher solid is one which we often find in nature. A surface is nothing more nor less than the relation between two things. Two bodies touch each other. The surface is the relationship of one... "
A New Era of Thought - Page 52
by Charles Howard Hinton - 1888 - 216 pages
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Tertium Organum: The Third Canon of Thought; a Key to the Enigmas of the World

Petr Demʹi︠a︡novich Uspenskiĭ - Consciousness - 1922 - 336 pages
...very interestingly about "surface tensions." The relationship of a surface to a solid or of a solid to a higher solid is one which we often find in nature....The surface is the relationship of one to the other. If our space is in the same co-relation with higher space as is the surface to our space, then it may...
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The Futurist Moment: Avant-Garde, Avant Guerre, and the Language of Rupture ...

Marjorie Perloff - Art - 1986 - 288 pages
...In this way, time becomes space, and space is perceived as surface. Ouspensky quotes Charles Hinton: "A surface is nothing more nor less than the relation...The surface is the relationship of one to the other" (TO 35). The reception of Ouspensky's mystical geometry by the Russian avant-garde has been scrupulously...
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