5 Mysterious Travelers from Other Dimensions
Immanuel Kant, in 1783, wrote: That everywhere space has three dimensions and that space in general cannot have more dimensions is based on the proposition that not more than three lines can intersect at right angles in one point. This proposition cannot at all be shown from concepts, but rests immediately on intuition and indeed on pure intuition a priori because it is apodictically certain.
Space has Four Dimensions is a short story published in 1846 by German philosopher and experimental psychologist Gustav Fechner under the pseudonym Dr. Mises. The protagonist in the tale is a shadow who is aware of and able to communicate with other shadows, but who is trapped on a two-dimensional surface. According to Fechner, this shadow-man would conceive of the third dimension as being one of time. The story bears a strong similarity to the Allegory of the Cave presented in Platos The Republic . (source : wikipedia)
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