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Fundamental groups of plane curve complements and symplectic invariants. They are one of the unifying geometric concepts in algebraic topology, differential geometry and algebraic geometry. It can easily simulate the feeling of clay or other raw materials. The question is especially pertinent if it is assumed that communication is driven by sets of values and understandings of order and harmony -- configured beyond the simplistic conventional use of "pillars", "poles" and "axes".

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