# Euclid’s Error: The Mathematics behind Foucault, Deleuze, and Nietzsche

Pi-Diameter-Circumference is One-Two-Three (Zero-One-Two)

The conservation of a circle is the basis for reality. The core dynamic in Nature. And the explanation for physics, philosophy, and psychology. (All disciplines, actually.)

It can only be articulated like this:

This is because zero and one is, more technically, circumference and diameter.

Providing humans with technology. And a tangible explanation for mathematics, all the way back through (what humans label) ‘time.’

This is because the conventional articulation for a circle is a circumference. And the conventional articulation for a line is a diameter. Thus, you have to use this diagram if you want to understand either. Or both.

This explains the confusion that persists whenever we try to explain ‘reality.’ Because reality, to a human, is the circular relationship between abstract and concrete. Thus, we need a concrete abstraction if we really want to ‘understand’ ‘reality.’

Meaning, Euclid’s error involves the correct articulation, so a human can discern, a correct explanation for, what a human labels ‘mind.’

Where everything in mathematics, and everything in ‘reality,’ involves the mind, because everything in mathematics, and everything in ‘reality,’ involves ‘abstraction’ as a noun, and abstraction as a verb.

Meaning, technically, ‘pi’ is the only reality. (Thus, the diagram is the correct articulation (and abstraction) for reality.)

And, yes. This is (very) abstract.

To clear:

This is brand new ‘stuff.’ For thought leaders (who will lead all the rest of ‘us’) to a more cogent understanding of ‘reality.’ Where, as all of us, already, know, we make our own ‘reality.’ ‘Euclid’s Error’ explains ‘why.’

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Conservation of the circle is the core dynamic in Nature.

## Ilexa Yardley

Author, The Circular Theory