from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Not spatial; not occupying space; having no extension. Also unspacial.
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God is omnipresent -- that is: the religious spirit, because it admits no place in the whole world to be destitute of a religious stimulus, declares that the causality of God is absolutely unspatial but conditions all that is spatial and space itself.
What gives spatial forms their value in description of the environment is the ease with which discriminations and comparisons can be made in spatial objects: they are measurable, while unspatial sensations commonly are not.