Saturday, December 10, 2016

Folk Etymology

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Images from Burkard Polster's Geometrical Picture Book

See as well in this journal the large  Desargues configuration, with
15 points and 20 lines instead of 10 points and 10 lines as above.

Exercise:  Can the large Desargues configuration be formed
by adding 5 points and 10 lines to the above Polster model
of the small configuration in such a way as to preserve
the small-configuration model's striking symmetry?  
(Note: The related figure below from May 21, 2014, is not
necessarily very helpful. Try the Wolfram Demonstrations
, which requires a free player download.)

Labeling the Tetrahedral Model (Click to enlarge) —

Related folk etymology (see point a  above) —

Related literature —

The concept  of "fire in the center" at The New Yorker , 
issue dated December 12, 2016, on pages 38-39 in the
poem by Marsha de la O titled "A Natural History of Light."

Cézanne's Greetings.

Saturday, December 22, 2012

Cezanne’s Greetings

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IMAGE- Arts & Letters Daily, feed from Dec. 21, 2012: Charles Rosen, Cezanne, and Roger Scruton on high culture

Click anywhere in the above image for the high culture essay.

Here are the links to Rosen and Cézanne.

See also the December 11th Log24 post Conclusion.

Wednesday, January 19, 2011

Intermediate Cubism

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: — m759 @ 2:22 PM

The following is a new illustration for Cubist Geometries

IMAGE- A Galois cube: model of the 27-point affine 3-space

(For elementary cubism, see Pilate Goes to Kindergarten and The Eightfold Cube.
 For advanced, see Solomon's Cube and Geometry of the I Ching .)

Cézanne's Greetings.

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