It was a dark and stormy night…
– Page 180, Logicomix
"… the class of reﬂections is larger in some sense over an arbitrary ﬁeld than over a characteristic zero ﬁeld."
– Julia Hartmann and Anne V. Shepler, "Jacobians of Reflection Groups"
For some context, see the small cube in "A Simple Reflection Group of Order 168."
See also the larger cube in "Many Dimensions" + Whitehead in this journal (scroll down to get past the current post).
That search refers to a work by Whitehead published in 1906, the year at the top of the Logicomix page above—
A related remark on axiomatics that has metaphysical overtones suitable for a dark and stormy night—
"An adequate understanding of mathematical identity requires a missing theory that will account for the relationships between formal systems that describe the same items. At present, such relationships can at best be heuristically described in terms that invoke some notion of an 'intelligent user standing outside the system.'"