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Thread: Dichotomy of the Transcendental Relation Between Time and Space

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ocko View Post
    Da die Wahrheit außerhalb des Bereichs des Verstandes liegt, so finden sich keine Worte für sie. (M a h á b h â r a t a)
    This is true but it is fun to hypothesis things and set down our own rules so we can try to fit everything into a system so we can grasp everything at once and understand it just what I have a fancy for doing.

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