Extensive Abstraction


Since every region includes other regions, and since the relation of inclusion is transitive, it is evident that every abstractive set must be composed of an infinite number of members. (PR 298/454).

One uses divisibility: the divisible character of the undivided region (PR 284/435).

The method of extensive abstraction describes convergence, for example to a point.
A point is nothing else than such an abstractive set
(or better, an equivalence class of such abstractive sets).

A point is a nexus of actual entities. (PR 302/461)      More