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- v. Present participle of geometrize.
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"Pacioli believed that stereotomy, the careful 'geometrizing' of stone through cutting and polishing, could transmute and spiritualize lowly matter, evoking St. John's Heavenly Jersualem made of 'pure gold resembling pure glass.'"
General relativity revived a geometrizing tendency essentially dormant within physics since the
Before turning attention to their "interpretations", it will be helpful to see how the geometrizing tendency arises within general relativity itself and to note a few details of the geometrical unification program that followed in its wake.
'God geometrizes,' it used to be said; and it was believed that Euclid's elements literally reproduced his geometrizing.
Bunker Archeology would call this the "strategic geometrizing" of "defensive redoubt" that gives the military the ability to convert the city into a fragmented prison overnight by suddenly dropping a bunch of walls into it that throw entire districts into lockdown.
Plato as saying, "God is always geometrizing" (_Diog.