„Every mind-mass strives to produce a like formed mind-mass and accordingly strives to produce that form of motion of the matter by which it was formed.“

Gesammelte Mathematische Werke (1876)

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Bernhard Riemann
matemático alemão 1826 - 1866

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„Heat can evidently be a cause of motion only by virtue of the changes of volume or of form which it produces in bodies.“

—  Nicolas Léonard Sadi Carnot French physicist, the "father of thermodynamics" (1796–1832) 1796 - 1832

p, 125
Reflections on the Motive Power of Heat (1824)

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„The external work of man is of the most varied kind as regards the force or ease, the form and rapidity, of the motions used on it, and the kind of work produced.“

—  Hermann von Helmholtz physicist and physiologist 1821 - 1894

"On the Conservation of Force" (1862), p. 280
Popular Lectures on Scientific Subjects (1881)
Contexto: The external work of man is of the most varied kind as regards the force or ease, the form and rapidity, of the motions used on it, and the kind of work produced. But both the arm of the blacksmith who delivers his powerful blows with the heavy hammer, and that of the violinist who produces the most delicate variations in sound, and the hand of the lacemaker who works with threads so fine that they are on the verge of the invisible, all these acquire the force which moves them in the same manner and by the same organs, namely, the muscles of the arm. An arm the muscles of which are lamed is incapable of doing any work; the moving force of the muscle must be at work in it, and these must obey the nerves, which bring to them orders from the brain. That member is then capable of the greatest variety of motions; it can compel the most varied instruments to execute the most diverse tasks.

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„What we were striving for was a kind of modified form of communism.“

—  Harold L. Ickes American politician 1874 - 1952

Reported in Paul F. Boller, Jr., and John George, They Never Said It: A Book of Fake Quotes, Misquotes, & Misleading Attributions (1989), p. 52, indicating that President Ronald Reagan had attributed this quote to Ickes in December 1981.
Misattributed

Ralph Waldo Emerson photo

„And striving to be man, the worm
Mounts through all the spires of form.“

—  Ralph Waldo Emerson American philosopher, essayist, and poet 1803 - 1882

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„Mind takes form in the city; and in turn, urban forms condition mind.“

—  Lewis Mumford American historian, sociologist, philosopher of technology, and literary critic 1895 - 1990

Introduction
The Culture of Cities (1938)
Contexto: The city is a fact in nature, like a cave, a run of mackerel or an ant-heap. But it is also a conscious work of art, and it holds within its communal framework many simpler and more personal forms of art. Mind takes form in the city; and in turn, urban forms condition mind.

Umberto Boccioni photo

„.. if the objects will be mathematical values, the ambient in which they live will be a particular rhythm in the emotion which surrounds them. The graphic translation of this rhythm will be a state of form, a state of color, each of which will give back to the spectator the 'state of mind' which produced it..“

—  Umberto Boccioni Italian painter and sculptor 1882 - 1916

in a letter of 12 Feb. 1912 from Paris, to his friend Nino Barbantini (director of the Ca' Pesaro in Venice); as cited in: Shannon N. Pritchard, Gino Severini and the symbolist aesthetics of his futurist dance imagery, 1910-1915 https://getd.libs.uga.edu/pdfs/pritchard_shannon_n_200305_ma.pdf Diss. uga, 2003, p. 67
1912

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„Consciously or unconsciously, directly or indirectly, each and every creature, each and every human being — in one form or the other — strives to assert individuality.“

—  Meher Baba Indian mystic 1894 - 1969

The Highest of the High (1953)
Contexto: Consciously or unconsciously, directly or indirectly, each and every creature, each and every human being — in one form or the other — strives to assert individuality. But when eventually man consciously experiences that he is Infinite, Eternal and Indivisible, then he is fully conscious of his individuality as God, and as such experiences Infinite Knowledge, Infinite Power and Infinite Bliss.

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„… cell of a tentacle, showing the various forms successively assumed by the aggregated masses of protoplasm.“

—  Charles Darwin, livro Insectivorous Plants

Detractors sometimes claim Darwin thought that the cell was an undifferentiated mass of protoplasm. Anyone reading the passage above will realize that Darwin thought no such thing.
Fonte: Insectivorous Plants (1875), chapter III: "Aggregation of the Protoplasm within the Cells of the Tentacles", page 40 http://darwin-online.org.uk/content/frameset?pageseq=55&itemID=F1217&viewtype=image

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„We insist that our concept of perspective is the total antitheses of all static perspective. It is dynamic and chaotic in application, producing in the mind of the observer a veritable mass of plastic emotions.“

—  Carlo Carrà Italian painter 1881 - 1966

this quote of Carrá attacks one of the core principles of Cubism
1910's
Fonte: 'Piani plastici come espanzione sferica nello spazio', Carrà, March 1913

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„Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetuer adipiscing elit. Etiam egestas wisi a erat. Morbi imperdiet, mauris ac auctor dictum.“