The transcendental intuition
of time is analog or continuous. But the transcendental conception
of time is digital, as all
conception is digital.
Logic is nakedly digital, in that it is nakedly tautological. But this applies only to formal logic. As logic includes logos, it becomes continuous as well as
digital. If we stick to symbols like P and the operators of synthesis and negation, we remain in the word of number, or pure abstraction.
As soon as we introducing living language, we have destroyed the possibility of transcendental/intuitive tautology.
Logos, unlike the essence of logic
, is temporal. Most words get their meaning especially
from social practice, from beings who use analogy
in the analog/continuous spatial present.
Physics time is conceptual or digital time. It does not correspond with the transcendental intuitions
of space and time, except as we apply it imperfectly, necessarily imperfectly.
For instance: pi, Zeno's paradoxes.
, on the other hand, stated that "as far as the laws of mathematics refer to reality, they are not certain; and as far as they are certain, they do not refer to reality."