Exploration of duality and circulation
“Continuity is made up no less of distances between points of view than of the length of an infinity of corresponding curves. Perspectivism is clearly a pluralism, but is thus implies by its name distance and not discontinuity certainly no void is given between two points of view. Leibniz can define extension as ‘continuous repetition’ of the situs or position that is, of point of view: not the extension is therefore the attribute of point of view, but that the attribute of space, an order of distances between points of view, is what makes this repetition possible.” (Leuze 20)
Deleuze, Gilles. “Chapter 1-2.” The Fold: Leibniz and the Baroque, Continuum, 2006.