What Ortega would reject is the concept that "space" constitutes a "reality" as a part of the radical reality that is my life. No one has ever seen "space". However, he would not reject the possibility that the hypothesis of "space" existing independent of the reality experienced by the person could be a useful tool to explain the phenomena we experience.
thankyou longknowledge. i suspected that was what he would say, but i didn't want to make assumptions.
With regards to space in the brain (sounds like a techno track)
, well yeh i did post a mad theory somewhere here that we create a psychic space bubble whenever we are conscious in order to preserve the scientific view lol i agree, the scientific explanation to space is often diversionary from its own subjective bias with regard to the existence of space in an 'objective' 'outer' context.