Sunday, June 28, 2009

If it's real, it can be measured…

Where does a point exist? How large is a point? What are the material components and dimensions of a point? Does it exist at any place in empirical spacetime? If not, is it therefore meaningless and non-existent?

Where does the existential copula (est, είναι, что, is, ist, es, c'est, 是, etc.) exist? How large is the copula of being? What are the material components and dimensions of the copula? Does it exist at any place in empirical spacetime? If not, is it therefore meaningless and non-existent?

Is it a condition imposed on an infinite line that it be unbounded, or is it simply intrinsic to the meaning of an infinite line? Can we measure an infinite line? If not, is it therefore meaningless and non-existent?

1 comment:

UnBeguiled said...

Humans have the ability to think abstractly. And from this . . . you conclude . . . what exactly?