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"Let us merely recall that extension admits of degrees, that all sensation is extensive in a certain measure, and that the idea of unextended sensations, artificially localized in space, is a mere view of the mind, suggested by an unconscious metaphysic much more than by psychological observation."
"The best temporal analogy, he thinks, for this conception is an unextended instant or an “eternal now.”"
"(P. 7Ï) would be genuinely independent of (P. 7) unless it is assumed that every mereologically atomic entity should be spatially unextended, an assumption that has been challenged extensively in recent literature; see e.g. Markosian 1998a, Parsons"