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Posted by Tarvo on December 29, 2003 13:59:46 UTC

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Immanuel_Kant

"He said, try to imagine something that exists in no time and has no extent in space. The human mind cannot produce such an idea—time and space are fundamental forms of perception that exist as innate structures of the mind."

I don't agree, if we had no such thing in mathematics, how could we develop spin networks (connections space where direction is determined by spin) for example. We can build space from connections what, taken separately, don't determine space.

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