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In terms, boundary (TR:193) (LH:3) (TL:196) refers to []


The following are related quotes:

“As more and more is learned about both men and animals, it becomes clear that the skin itself is a very unsatisfactory boundary or measuring point for crowding. Like molecules that make up all matter, living things move and therefore require more or less fixed amounts of space. Absolute zero, the bottom of the scale, is reached when people are so compressed that movement is no longer possible. Above this point, the containers in which man finds himself either allow him to move about freely or else cause him to jostle, push, and shove. How he responds to this jostling, and hence to the enclosed space, depends on how he feels about being touched by strangers.”
Edward Hall (1966), The Hidden Dimension (pg. 58) [1]
“It is quite unclear where the boundary should be drawn for discussions of the quantity of energy, or if there is any relevant boundary.”
Julian Simon (1981), The Ultimate Resource 2 (pg. #); criticism of the Roegen and Rifkin entropy model in economics [2]
Boundaries pose a problem for sociology.”
— Richard Adams (1988), The Eight Day (pg. 143)

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See also


  1. Hall, Edward T. (1966). The Hidden Dimension: an Anthropologist Examines Man’s Use of Space in Public in Private (bubbles, pg. 10; molecules, pg. 58). Doubleday.
  2. Simon, Julian. (1996). The Ultimate Resource 2 (§4: Grand Theory, section: Entropy and Finiteness: the Irrelevant Dismal Theory, pgs. 77-83). Princeton, 1996.
  3. Boundary problem – Hmolpedia 2020.

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