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- adjective mathematics Not
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Every conceivable element (a term no longer applicable) or atom (this term is applicable insofar as it connotes indivisibility but not simplicity) of existence becomes irreducibly nonsimple.
I would argue that, even though more specifically concerned with Romanticism and chaos, the articles here assembled present (and represent) an irreducibly nonsimple and yet irreducibly non-synthesizableheterogeneous interactive and interactively heterogeneousjuncture of these relationships between the two cultures, or perhaps more than two and less than one.
Can you see why it cannot be applied to a nonsimple polyhedron?