Formless Quotes (4 quotes)
Every form of life can be produced by physical forces in one of two ways: either by coming into being out of formless matter, or by the modification of an already existing form by a continued process of shaping. In the latter case the cause of this modification may lie either in the influence of a dissimilar male generative matter upon the female germ, or in the influence of other powers which operate only after procreation.
Germs of a theory, though in their present condition they are vague and formless may be said to resemble stones in the quarry, rough and unhewn, but which may some time become corner-stones, columns, and entablatures in the future edifice.
I claim that many patterns of Nature are so irregular and fragmented, that, compared with Euclida term used in this work to denote all of standard geometryNature exhibits not simply a higher degree but an altogether different level of complexity The existence of these patterns challenges us to study these forms that Euclid leaves aside as being formless, to investigate the morphology of the amorphous.
I try in my prints to testify that we live in a beautiful and orderly world, and not in a formless chaos, as it sometimes appears.