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A state in which two or more physical objects are physically touching one another or in which sections of a plane border on one another.
From French contiguïté, from Late Latin contiguitās, from Latin contiguus (“bordering upon”), from contingō (“I touch or border upon”).
A world of temporal repetition is a world that can never escape the power of spatial contiguity.
Thus transition was made possible from an agnatic society based on blood ties to one based on contiguity.
If n +4 be positive, the attraction of infinitely distant parts contributes to the result; while if n+4 be negative, the parts in immediate contiguity act with infinite power.
The elementary spatial relation Herbart conceives to be "the contiguity (Aneinander) of two points," so that every "pure and independent line" is discrete.
Interestingly tho geographical contiguity was never a major consideration governing Greece and Turkeys ' membership.
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