Of course, it could be argued that such simple patterns as the Euclidean geometrical forms or the Lie “orbits” were unsuited to decode the expression of the complicated and extremely manifold phenomena of our environment; to understand the processes creating them; to recognize the essence of things by comparing them with geometrical forms. That is certainly the case, and that is why systematic perception schooling is essential both for children and adults — as we have already ascertained — to create increasingly complex schemata. But it is nevertheless astonishing what conclusions we can draw just with these relatively simple patterns which, somehow or other, are inscribed in our brain.
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