Re-Thinking the Limitations of Diagrams/Diagramming the Limits of Thought

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In an attempt to extend the diagram as a tool, passing its limitations in two dimensions to a 3D rendering at first, and then developing this to 4D to show its indefinite internal replication, I have tried to free the diagram from its stasis.
LanguageEnglish
JournalA/V (Actual Virtual) Journal of Practical and Creative Philosophy
Volume5
StatePublished - 15 Jan 2007

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