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          Space is the boundless
          three-dimensional extent
          in which objects
          Some of our advantages
          Physical space is
          often conceived
          However, disagreement continues between philoso­phers over whether it is itself an entity.
          In three linear
          Is considered to be of funda­mental importance to an understanding of the physi­cal universe.
          Although modern
          physicists usually
          To be part of a boundless four-dimensional continuum known as spacetime. The concept of space.
          Philosophy of space
          He backed the Copernican theory that the universe was heliocentric, with a stationary sun at the center and the planets—including the Earth—revolving around the sun. If the Earth moved, the Aristotelian belief that its natural tendency was to.
          René Descartes
          Began to examine
          Helped him explain the movement of objects. While his theory of space is considered the most influential in Physics, it emerged from his predecessors' ideas about the same. As one of the pioneers of modern science, Galilei revised.
          Leibniz and Newton
          Non-Euclidean, in
          which space
          Galilean and Cartesian theories about space, matter and motion are at the foundation of the Scientific Revolution, which is understood to have culminated with the publication of Newton's Principia in 1687. Newton's theories about space and time.
          René Descartes, Leibniz, Newton
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          Non-Euclidean geometry
          Gauss and Poincaré
          In other words, he sought a metaphysical
          Galilei wanted to prove instead that the sun moved around its axis, that motion was as natural to an object as the state of rest. In other words, for Galilei, celestial bodies, including the Earth, were naturally inclined to move in circles. This view displaced another Aristotelian idea—that all objects gravitated towards their designated natural place-of-belonging.
          Foundation or a mechanical
          The Cartesian notion of space is closely linked to his theories about the nature of the body, mind and matter. He is famously known for his "cogito ergo sum", or the idea that we can only be certain of the fact that we can doubt, and therefore think and therefore exist.
          Explanation for his theories
          His theories belong to the rationalist tradition, which attributes knowledge about the world to our ability to think rather than to our experiences, as the empiricists believe. He posited a clear distinction between the body and mind, which is referred to as the Cartesian.
          About matter and motion
          Following Galilei and Descartes, during the seventeenth century the philosophy of space and time revolved around the ideas of Gottfried Leibniz, a German philosopher–mathematician, and Isaac Newton, who set out two opposing theories of what space is. Rather than being an entity that independently exists over and above other matter.
          Philosophy of space
          Space was an idealised abstraction
          In them, and thus spatial
          relations with other places
          Leibniz argued that space could not exist independently of objects in the world because that implies a difference between
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          For Leibniz
          Unoccupied regions are those
          that could have objects
          Space could be thought of in a similar way to the relations between family members. Although people in the family are related
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          is similar
          to elliptical
          Some questions and answers
          Reports that he actually
          The first to consider an empirical investigation
          But since there would be no observational way of telling these universes apart then, according to the identity of indiscernibles, there would be no real difference between them. According to the principle of sufficient reason, any theory.
          Carried out a test
          Of the geometrical
          structure of space
          In the eighteenth century the German philosopher Immanuel Kant developed a theory of knowledge in which knowledge about space can be both a priori and synthetic.[16] According to Kant, knowledge about space is synthetic.
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          He thought of making
          a test of the sum
          That statements about space are not simply true by virtue of the meaning of the words in the statement. In his work, Kant rejected the view that space must be either a substance or relation. Instead he came to the.
          On a small scale
          Of the angles of an enormous stellar
          Humans to be objective features of the world, but imposed by us as part of a framework for organizing experience. Although there was a prevailing Kantian consensus at the time, once non-Euclidean geometries had been formalised.
          Which led to the concept that space and
          time can be viewed as a single construct
          In this theory, the speed of light in a vacuum is the same for all observers—which has the result that two events that appear simultaneous to one particular observer will not be simultaneous to another observer if the observers.
          are moving with respect to one another. Moreover, an observer will measure a moving clock to tick more slowly than one that is stationary with respect to them; and objects are measured to be shortened in the direction that they are moving with respect to the observer.
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          It turns out that distances in space or in time separately are not invariant with respect to Lorentz coordinate transformations, but dis­tances in Minkowski space-time along space-time intervals are—which justifies the name.
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          Before Einstein's work on relativistic physics, time and space were viewed as independent dimensions. Einstein's discoveries showed that due to relativity of motion our space and time can be mathematically combined.
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          Designer of Patrantazh
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          The measurement of physical space has long been important. Although earlier societies had developed measuring systems, the International System of Units, (SI), is now the most common system of units used in the measuring of space.
          This definition coupled with present definition of the second is based on the special theory of relativity in which the speed of light plays the role of a fundamental constant of nature. Currently, the standard space interval, called a standard meter or simply meter.
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