Earth (Four square classics) by Emile Zola

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In this regard, several questions remain: Can we differentiate geocybernetic prose from that used in other disciplines? How can someone learn to use qualitative prose as part of the Reyes method? How is this qualitative prose related to the cognitive domains of the disciplines involved? Are there elements of language formalization that are worth studying? 5 THE ROLE OF VISUAL LANGUAGE IN GEOCYBERNETICS In the well-known words of Horace: A feebler impress through the ear is made, Than what is by the faithful eye conveyed (Byrne, viii) Surely we all remember our lessons in mathematics where the teacher uses prose, drawings and formal symbology to explain not only geometry but mathematical analysis, topology, differential equations, arithmetic and so on.

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