So we will not try to search and mine, but only to look over the world from an ideal point of view.
Yet at the same time a place in the crowd constitutes an ideal point of view.
Justice is the dead-point in a series of acts—the ideal point at which contrary forces neutralize each other to produce inertia.
An ideal point is termed proper, if the lines composing it intersect; otherwise it is improper.
There is in art a certain degree of perfection, as there is in Nature an ideal point of matureness.
It follows that any two lines belonging to an ideal point can be used as the pair of guiding lines in the definition.
An ideal point is said to be coherent with a plane, if any of the lines composing it lie in the plane.