‘I am not in space and time, nor do I conceive space and time; I belong to them, my body combines with them and includes them. The scope of this inclusion is the measure of that of my existence; but in any case it can never be all embracing. The space and time which I inhabit are always in their different ways indterminate horizons which contain other points of view. The synthesis of both time and space is a task that always has to be performed afresh.’

The Architectonic of Philosophy, Kavanaugh L, 2007:pp265

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