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  • As best I can tell this is a neologism coined by Alfred North Whitehead; but it did not gain traction, probably because the theory in which it is used also did not.

    January 11, 2010

  • "Cogredience means the identity of perceived space through time" "In present-day physics this space-time structure is still used to co-ordinte measurements. It is represented by two perpendicular axes. One axis is the time axis, the other axis represents the three dimensions of space. In Whitehead terminology such a structure is called cogredient" (Chris von Haeften. Metaphysics of Extensive Time.)


    October 5, 2010