Section 1. The Metakinetic and Graphical Image

     

(i) The Metakinetic Image: the transcendent extension of the intellectual content; its purpose being to inspire the contemplation of its concept which derives a priori in the mind from its operant and modes of perception. It is, then, in relation to the content, an artifact of its literal representation which cannot be expressed in words or encoded in logical symbols and therefore conveyed through the stimulus of its kinetic, metaphysical imagery.

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(ii) The Graphical Image: the literal extension of the intellectual content; its purpose being to illuminate its concept which derives a priori in the mind from its operant and modes of perception. It is, then, in relation to the content, the logical manifestation of its meaning encoded in the geometry and or mathematical symbols of its diagram.
 

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