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Symbolic descriptions of reality, even the axiomatic, have proven to be only temporary and tentative. The line, a breadthless length (1), now protrudes into the platonic. The solid formal structures that held truth now exist precariously within the newfound multitudes of reality. The rigorous quest for certainty seems to only expand the terrain of uncertainty. Here and there, an arbitrary line connects points, which have no part (2), here.
1. Euclid, Definition 2
2. Euclid, Definition 1