A module related to the theme of the volume qua Monads, qua repetition, or qua aesthetic application.
The n-th dimension of systems, where 'n' is the volume number.
Symbols as related to the theme of the volume.
The paradise in which the system belongs.
*The objects of such a paradise.
The experience of the Washington Zoo during the summer---somehow cosmopolitan, categorical, and containing varieties of dynamic living things.
Applicable 'machines' or higher-order logic symbols, modeled on a waterpump with a pump handle.
Logical questions, such as 'Does this volume satisfy the criteria of completeness?', 'What occurs when the symbolic boundary is crossed diagonally?' and 'Is the content dimensional in character according to the topic's specific criteria?'
And, of course, curving all of this for relevance to the topic chosen.
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