Wider Space

Things emerge from space. Although somehow invisible, they have been there all the time. This shall be true even if a thing appears for the first time, newly created.

Yet, for this purpose, the notion of space has to be taken much wider than usual. And that is exactly what we do; this is our conception.

That way our ordinary three-dimensional space becomes a simple sub-space, one part of the whole. A hugh bunch of such partial spaces may be distinguished, as there are a special space of physics, for example, or that of mathematics, as well as a social space, a psychological, a biological, an ecological, and so on.

Each of these spaces relates to a specific point of view, often a scientific one, and may be called “knowledge space”.

The whole, however, the unification of all spaces, we usually refer to as the “space of knowledge” or simply “space”.