On 14 January 2014 15:14, Edgar L. Owen <edgaro...@att.net> wrote:
> Aren't you familiar with the concept of a logical or mathematical or
> computational space that is non-dimensional? Simply stated it's just the
> locus or association of some set of elements. There is no necessary
> physical dimensionality associated with the concept.
> It sounds like a topological space. It would be hard to have any form of
associativity unless it has topological properties. I'm not sure what "the
locus or association of some set of elements" means - although it sounds
suitably abstract, is this some part of "Platonia" ?
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