Continuity and infinitesimals

Reply Wed 3 Nov, 2010 02:04 am
Firstly, according to my rationale, discreteness is solely related to particulars, meaning them as artificial and naming them as objects, things and artifacts.

On the other hand, continuity is solely related to compounds that are more clearly found in the unspoiled nature, which itself as a whole can be regarded as one.

Finally, the continuum- which is space inclusive of matter- can be defined as a compound comprised of infinitesimals, that as they are infinitely divisible compound elements and not discrete objects, do not require a proof of existence.
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