topological
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AdjectiveEdit
topological (not comparable)
 (mathematics) of or relating to topology
 Johnston, Adrian, "Jacques Lacan", The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Summer 2013 Edition), Edward N. Zalta (ed.) Jacques Lacan in Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
 By the 1970s, with his meditations on the topological figure of the Borromean knot—this knotting of three rings, pictured on the coat of arms of the Borromeo family, is arranged such that if one ring is broken, all three are set free in disconnection—Lacan emphasizes the mutual dependence of the registers on one another. Hence, loosely speaking, the Imaginary, the Symbolic, and the Real can be thought of as the three fundamental dimensions of psychical subjectivity à la Lacan.
 Johnston, Adrian, "Jacques Lacan", The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy (Summer 2013 Edition), Edward N. Zalta (ed.) Jacques Lacan in Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy
Derived termsEdit
 ditopological
 hypertopological
 isotopological
 nontopological
 paratopological
 pretopological
 quasitopological
 semitopological
 topological abelian group
 topological algebra
 topological basis
 topological completion
 topological cube
 topological defect
 topological field
 topological group
 topological insulator
 topologicality
 topologically
 topological property
 topological space
 topological vector space
TranslationsEdit
of or relating to topology

