(Or rather, to what turns out to be even less than a footnote, but merely an after-echo of C.S. Lewis.)
Just added to the essay “Internal, External, Universal”:
I had rather hoped to have added a “Footnote to CSL” with that shtick about creatures as homomorphic images (of various cuts and complexity) of their Creator, a more flexible metaphor than Lewis’ example of the faces of a cube. But upon re-reading his essay “Transposition”, I learn that Transposition is his term for much the same thing -- he even uses the term algebraic in that connection. The whole idea is worked-out exquisitely in that place.