# Independence

**Insight**

## Independence

A person can equip himself with every single work. What one knows how to do, he does not need to ask anyone.

**Impulse**

Everything has its time, but everything also needs its time.

**Documentation**

## Construction of a concentric shape

A movement of the human body has its phases. For every point of its structure it shall be allowed that after three phases of a movement also three positions occur which together have one property. This shall be a surface. It appears alone only virtually and has no special characteristic to own except that it corresponds to a plane. Meanwhile, there are characteristics to be considered for this surface, on the basis of which it can be classified.

A distinct plane is said to be given when the three phases of the movement have also taken the corresponding point of the body to three distinct places in space.

An ambiguous plane is said to result when the three phases of motion have taken the corresponding point of the body to only two distinct locations in space.

An arbitrary plane is to result if the three phases of the movement have not moved the corresponding point. Thus the point has not moved at all three times.

Meanwhile we assume that intersecting planes result in a ray in their intersection line. Only unique planes result in a unique ray.

We now have the option to drop a perpendicular to the plane (a), but also to give two planes so that such a ray results (b). We start at these straight lines and allow ourselves to split them in a simple way.

Now we grasp with a 'compass' a distance, which is larger from the amount of its length, which stands out thus from the first clearly. We start with this at the endpoints of the perpendicular (a) and the ray (b) and take it for the establishment of a mobility of it that the connection is like a joint. Thereupon we execute there movements with it and illustrate them 'graphically'.

There we get for (a) a corresponding circle. For (b), the surface on which the circle will be imaged has not been missed either. It goes through its center. Consequently, we get there the shell of a sphere as an image of the shape, which is bisected by the two planes at two places.

This mixture of physics and geometry is now to be used in each other and to understand the corresponding. In this way, it should be possible to show what this has led to.

**Documentation**

## One force for everything

In the linguistic execution of such occurrences as we would like to imagine, one can gradually grasp the given and thus expand one's knowledge of a process until it is complete. For this purpose we set a central condition. The occurrence to be described must be comprehensible. It must be of a finite nature as well as have the property that it is representable. We basically start from the simple assumption that a form is needed for the arbitrary in order to be able to distinguish its cases. Hereby, not only their expression shall be sketched, but also something shall be said about a meaning of it.

Generally speaking, the following case distinctions can be introduced.

Everything is free. Consequently, nothing would be given. Now one can choose it what one, but also whether one would like to form something. This state can be continuous. It can therefore continue. (Doing nothing, starting position)

One has decided that one would like to design something. However, one would not yet know what one would like to create. (0. Degree, openness to action, readiness)

One commits oneself to a thing, which one would like to form. One carries out a creation according to one's own ability and level of knowledge, as it is present with oneself at the moment. (1st degree, improvisation)

On the basis of the quality of an improvised result, it is determined how well an implementation of what one has previously set for oneself as a target value has succeeded. (2nd degree, evaluation)

A completion of one's own knowledge through the dissolution of the arbitrary parts of the work is to be achieved primarily through a detachment of these uncertain parts. (3rd degree, orientation, style finding)

Since with the third degree already an arbitrariness of the circumstances is prevented, one experiences already a certainty there. The designed product has the property that its arbitrary parts have been minimized.

It seems to be logical that a person's knowledge is consolidated in such works that are clearly of their kind.