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Here is a typical statement raised by Henry Ellenberger (1958: 109) that deserves to be quoted: "In contrast to the isotropism of mathematical space, oriented space is anisotropic, i.
I shrugged in exasperation at the span between cool mathematical spaces and the immediacy of the raw world; this is a common tension in doing physics.
For technical reasons, the mathematical spaces represented by such pairs of solutions are called mirror manifolds.

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