Re: [-empyre-] multi-perspectival / cultural hegemony of space

I agree with you; on the other hand, there are people who can visualize -
at least they say they can - 4 dimensions. I was able to do it 'somewhat'
when I was studying this, particularly Sommerfeld's (I think)
N-Dimensional Geometry.

I'm also interested in this from the viewpoint of Blender, the free 3d
software for linux/MacX+/windows - I use this a great deal and am
constantly trying to get away from, at least, gravity (which does tend to
posit an origin to things and scapes) - Alan
Trace projects

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