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  • The category here to be termed plexity is a quantity's state of articulation into equivalent elements.

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  • I also remember that the word "plexity" is used in a quite specific sense though difficult to explain in Samuel R Delany's sf-novella "Empire star".

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  • The two categories used in this paper are plexity and boundedness.

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  • When the quantity involved is matter, plexity is, of course, equivalent to the traditional linguistic category of "number" with its component notions 'singular' and 'plural'.

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  • Withen asked, his brow wrinkling in per - plexity.

    Magic's Promise

  • Crysania searched the man's ageless face in true per - plexity.

    Time of the Twins

  • Again, the approach must be skeptical, not through denial of the vital role of ideas in many forms of protest, but through recognition of the com - plexity involved.

    PROTEST MOVEMENTS

  • It would be obvi - ously advantageous to be able to solve these problems whenever the system reaches a certain degree of com - plexity, by substituting a formalized demonstration for an intuition which is always likely to be fallible and incommunicable.

    AXIOMATIZATION

  • While this inner com - plexity underscores Einstein's genius in obtaining the equations essentially uniquely, it also prevents a straightforward application of the familiar techniques of quantization.

    RELATIVITY

  • The general diversification of types and the movement through sudden saltations towards com - plexity are explicable in terms of a striving of the Will for maximum expression.

    EVOLUTIONISM

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