Principle Of Identity Of Indiscernibles And Absolute Space

Principle of Identity of Indiscernibles and Absolute Space

The relative space origin may be traced to the famed Gottfried Leibniz who was the 17th-century intellectual. He was a great opponent of Isaac Newton's calculus invention and he is also considered the founder of a viewpoint on spatiality, sharply at odds with the prevailing Cartesian /Euclidean prominence on absolute space. In comparison to the Newton's thought, which held that space exists independently of how it is actually measured or what is contained by it, Leibniz held the viewpoint that space and time are relative which is comprehensible only with reference to specific frames ...
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