Infinity, Immensity, and Eternity
Philosophers define the Infinite as something beyond which there is always more; an Immensity which is without end, limits, or bounds, extending is all directions, up, down, right, left, before, and after. They describe Eternity through the concept of duration, being without limit, either before or after, that is, without beginning or end. They distinguish an Age from the Infinity of time by reason of its having a beginning.
KeywordsInfinite Number Physical Object Empty Space Human Mind Great Confidence
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