The Heuristic Notions of Space and Time

James Duffy, Robert Henman, Terrance Quinn


For a variety of reasons attention is now directed to the notions of space and time. Not only are these notions puzzling and so interesting, but they throw considerable light on the precise nature of abstraction, they provide a concrete and familiar context for the foregoing analyses of empirical science, and they form a natural bridge over which we may advance from our examination of science to an examination of common sense.

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