R. THOM shows that the structure of geometrical space can be established: "In dimension 3, for example a cube,… we have four types of points: the internal ones, those internal to a side, those on the edges and those on the vertexes" (1991, p.117).
This can be generalized appropriately to spaces of any number of dimensions and gives an interesting insight about how our abstraction frames surge out of our empirical perceptions.
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