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  • n. The condition of being extended; extension


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  • But the parity between space and time, were it to be granted, rather than showing that spatial extendedness is not detrimental to a thing's simplicity because temporal extendedness is not, could be taken to show that the latter is detrimental to a thing's simplicity because the former is.

    Samuel Clarke

  • The criteria and the properties which differentiate Forms and particulars are related to their respective ways of being, but mutability, extendedness, etc., are not equivalent to Partaking and they do not explain it nor are they explained by it.

    Plato's Middle Period Metaphysics and Epistemology

  • Since all sensible properties are considered by Wolff to be secondary qualities, extension, or a composite's extendedness, results from the primitive forces of a composite at the atomic level.

    Christian Wolff

  • From this it appears to me that time is nothing other than extendedness; [445] but extendedness of what I do not know.

    Confessions and Enchiridion, newly translated and edited by Albert C. Outler

  • Whilst a body's cohesion is due to gravity, its spatial extendedness is, as we have seen, due to levity.

    Man or Matter

  • Mascara basically gives the feeling of lashes extendedness which will make them look much thicker and beautiful. free hands and apply the thin layers till you get the desired results.

    The News is - The News is Now Public


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