In section II.1, “The Three Dimensions of Space”, it was argued that logical space comprised a “thought unit” of three dimensions, and it was then shown why natural space should consist of three dimensions as well. The attempt to provide a logically complete definition for the concept of time indicated that this too was to be viewed as a logical space of three dimensions. This raises the question of “how natural space and time are to be conceptually united in order to become intuitively perceptible from an operationist point of view”.
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