Source: Artificial Intelligence on Medium

In “The History of Mind”, Richard Ingalese writes: “Concrete thoughts have absolute, mathematical results.” and I would further qualify this statement as pertaining to abstract, conceptual thought.

The concrete images formed during abstraction coalesce throughout the conceptual process as they are visualized and subsequently translated to words during conversation, writing or Art. Furthermore, it occurs to me that the process differentiates between visualizing something known and then drawing the known object to oneself versus visualizing something new and creating it using visual, ethereal materialization by actually drawing the particles of the invention together.