Others discuss the failure of mathematization to explain colors as varying ratios of blackness and whiteness, the role of mathematical practitioners and practice in developing math as the language of nature, the role of the polymath Gottfried Wilhelm Leibniz in the process of mathematization, and how Isaac Newton used Barrow's geometrized
conception of math to connect the mathematically ideal and the physically real.
Notice that geometrized
units have been used (G = 1, c = 1).
Indeed, if we look at the elements drawn in isolation, we can see there where man's arm should be, the bust of a woman lying on a geometrized
surface through a perspectival network that disappears on the point of the horizon.
A bias against women is not equivalent to an ontobiological space/place positioning of 'woman' in a geometrized
social or natural setting: the defense of 'misogyny' would not sit well, as Plato sensed, in a society whose philosophic objective was the creation of a "just state.
entities first we apply our eyes or ears and then brains using formation rules.
He compares Simplicius, Philoponus, and Proclus on the subject of Plato's geometrized
A shudder working body is pressed out by condensed ground and exhaust apertures are geometrized
Klutho produced remarkable, early 20th-century structures of Sullivanesque character, including ornament of geometrized
natural lines, transplanting to Dixie the Chicago and Prairie aesthetics of Sullivan and Wright.
26) Shankar Raman has linked this moment of imperial Roman domination of space with an "analogous" early modern moment of "the material domination and symbolic appropriation of space," when "staging a geometrized
and neutralized space .
n;s] isomorphic to real nxn matrices R(n), so that every action can be geometrized
In the early '90s he made a series of paintings of the desert, depicting highly geometrized
cacti, made from lattices of sash cord strung through wooden frames like some crazy tennis racket.
and categories by means of which narratology has geometrized