Index for Chapter XV

Ideas of Duration and Expansion, considered together

1. Both capable of greater and less.
2. Expansion not bounded by matter.
3. Nor duration by motion.
4. Why men more easily admit infinite duration than infinite expansion.
5. Time to duration is as place to expansion.
6. Time and place are taken for so much of either as are set out by the existence and motion of bodies.
7. Sometimes for so much of either as we design by measures taken from the bulk or motion of bodies.
8. They belong to all finite beings.
9. All the parts of extension are extension, and all the parts of duration are duration.
10. Their parts inseparable.
11. Duration is as a line, expansion as a solid.
12. Duration has never two parts together, expansion altogether.

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