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3 Point Argument: Does Atomism Result in 0d point Space as the Atom?

Posted: Fri Oct 19, 2018 8:33 pm
by Eodnhoj7
Does Atomism result in 0d Point Space?

1) The atomist perspective necessitates a continual division of phenomena into irreducibles (i.e "atoms").

2) These irreducibles are not divisable, hence act as divisors in themselves.

3) These irreducibles exist fundamentally as point space, considering the division of point space effectively results in the point as constant and unchanging. Dually the point exists as a divisor in the respect as absent of form and function they effectively invert a phenomena into further phenomena. The atom exists as point space.