Time and spaces from physics to biology: Ontogenesis, phylogenesis and the formation of “sense”


1 – The mythical and theological origin of physico-mathematical spaces; the geometrization of time Abstract There is no mathematical plane nor space in Euclid's geometry. Lines are traced, extended, intersected on a plane, an “apeiron” (it has no boundary), which is “practiced” but not mathematized. These lines have no thickness, they intersect in a point… (More)


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