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com·plex·i·ty

(kom-pleks'i-tē),
The state of consisting of many interrelated parts.
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For--and this is our second point--images enter into the content of a belief through the fact that they are capable of meaning, and their meaning does not, as a rule, have as much complexity as they have: some of their characteristics are usually devoid of meaning.
Whatever happened to him now would be one more motive to add to the complexity of the pattern, and when the end approached he would rejoice in its completion.
It absorbs something of his intelligence and purpose--more of them in proportion to the complexity of the resulting machine and that of its work.
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