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  • n. The act or process of fractalizing.


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  • Strangely, though, as the discourse of cities seems to be flowing towards fractalization, radical specification and individuation, the telecommunications industries seem to be tending towards aggregation and centralization. - network culture

  • Even if that's true, some tendency towards fractalization should be detectable, even if it's not obvious from our current, still-not-enough census information.

    The Unreasonable Man

  • As the survey progresses and we have more data we might be able to discard statistical variations and see the fractalization or fractalization tendency.

    The Unreasonable Man

  • Wittgenstein also noted that the complexity of one's life or experience and of one's language were directly correlated--we can't imagine how one could understand oneself as having a deeply complex life without a similarly complex language for describing that complexity, and the reverse is true as well, though, of course, the fractalization of life makes it possible for a life that looks simple to one person be very complex to the liver of that life.

    Books: Still Better Than Movies (Also: Chocolate-Covered Almonds Evil; Nougatine Still More Evil)


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