discrete vs. continuous
Number, the language of science; a critical survey written for the cultured non-mathematician, New York, Free Press, 1954.
From quoted reference. The 3rd edition was Macmillan 1939.
|169 ;;Quote: the universe knows only one musical form--legato, while number is staccato; any attempt to make one the other is a deception
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