The nomad has a territory; he follows customary paths; he goes from one point to another; he is not ignorant of points (water points, dwelling points, assembly points, etc.). But the question is, what in nomad life is a principle and what is only a consequence. To begin with, although the points determine paths, they are strictly subordinated - the paths they determine the reverse of what happens with the sedentary.

Deleuze, Gilles: Nomadology: The War Machine (1986)

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