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Heraclitus, whose Fire will pass, as Logos, into the Stoic system; transferred after the Persian wars to Attica, and profoundly dualized in Plato and Aristotle, whose concepts, however, of World-soul and of the Immanent Nature-force were powerful for all time.
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One of the dimensions can be electromagnetically dualized to a gauge field in 2+1 dimensions, obtainining
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(containing the indexer and the IndexOf operation we dualized straightforwardly before) and
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