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I note that mathematics cannot analyze a continuum nor the infinite. These facts lead me to reverse my former view that space must be finite to be compatible with mathematical analysis. I have broken the link between space and math, but not between matter and math. Geometry is just that, the measure of the earth and material things. There is a subtle distinction here that has been an avenue for questioning the very existence of space as actually existing, relegating it to a relationship of existence. In my final chapter I take jabs at German idealists and their views on space. So I mix philosophy with polemic with some reservations but without apology. Ad hominem arguments do not prove anything, but neither do they disprove anything. They go to motive.

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