- the quality of having extension.
- Psychology. the attribute of sensation from which the perception of spatial extension is developed.
Origin of extensity
Related Words for extensityarea, space, spectrum, field, length, scope, territory, dimension, matter, domain, confines, purview, neighborhood, sweep, hearing, sphere, radius, leeway, ambit
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Historical Examples of extensity
Hence is derived the coloured presentation of Vision to which the character of extensity attaches.Essays Towards a Theory of Knowledge
Infinity is a relative term, and in fact, decreases in extensity in the proportion that the consciousness expands and comprehends.
Space, in its extensity, cannot transcend life; for it is the path which life makes in its out-coming, its manifestation.
As the Thinker's consciousness expands the extensity of the manifested universe decreases.
Resistance to change of extensity: compressibility, porosity, adhesion, cohesion.The School System of Norway
David Allen Anderson
- psychol that part of sensory perception relating to the spatial aspect of objects
- rare the condition of being extensive or extended