Continuum and Time:
Weyl after Heidegger
The mathematician, Hermann Weyl, struggles in his 1918 book, Das Kontinuum, with the antinomies of the real number continuum, seeking a phenomenal basis in the subjective intuition of inner-time which, however, he ultimately rejects. Retrieving Aristotle on time and Heidegger on three-dimensional, ecstatic time offers an alternative path beyond Weyl. A bit of mathematics is required along the way.