We have in this volume worked to illuminate the invariant structures: tectonic zones and their interfacial boundaries that our human sensorium imposes on our view of the wider world, especially as we lift our gaze beyond individual contact, out to our larger social structures.
We have worked to illuminate, in particular, the effect these grand patterns impose on our exchanges, and on all our markets.
It falls now to remark about the role of invariant Structures and the two other grand strands that make up our view of the world, as apprehended through our sensorium: Processes and Materiel.
A good way to think of this is to visualize a typical internal combustion engine (ICE). The engine block and its mountings is ...