principle of duality
Definition of principle of duality
: a principle in projective geometry: from a geometric theorem another theorem may be derived by substituting in the original theorem the word point for the word line in the case of a point or line in the plane or the word point for the word plane in the case of a point or plane in space and conversely
the perfect form or example of something
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