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GEORGIOS K. KERTSOPOULOS SPACE–TIME THEORY

GEORGIOS K. KERTSOPOULOS

SPACE–TIME THEORY

VOLUME A’

THE PHILOSOPHY

OF SPACE-TIME

Literary editor – Preface:

Dionysia Blazaki

SYNCHRONI EKDOTIKI

Athens 2009

The present volume A’ «Space-Time Theory» The Philosophy of Space-Time, redefines the aims, methods and conditions of philosophy, expanding the metaphilosophical research.
... The four dimensional space-time is directly associated to three marginal conditions: a) the constant (c) of light, b) the interior of a black hole and c) the strings of the universe.
... While space and time in the perceptible world are meant as dimensions, in the natural world they are forces, so as an overall concept space is a dimension-force and time is a force-dimension.
... The material and immaterial being of man creates a multitude of space-time and non space-time contradictions, which may be joined and removed simultaneously by him, when at the same time his awareness-unawareness gives him the possibility of a self-willing and unlimited action.
... For every 300,000 km approximately of spatial distance occurring between any system of reference similar to the earth and the treaty of light itself, the system of reference is debited a quantitative time-roll duration of one second…

... The weakness of the system of reference to concur with the treaty of light, ie non-existence of time, becomes the cause of existence of time for the system.

... This is the time-cost of existence.
From the text of the book.

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