Mathematical Spaces And Kantian Space As Forms Of “de Pure Intuition” / Espaces Mathematiques Et L’espace Kantien En Tant Que Forme De L’intuition Pure [intuition De La “connexion”]

Kant has proposed that: space is a “form of intuition” for objects in experience. Kant’s point is that it is impossible for us to have any experience of objects that are not represented in a tri-dimensional space. Under the intuition of connection we have constructed in this text a topological argument for Kant’s claim
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