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SCIENCE. space. H e rejects Kant's view that space is a product of our own mental actim, and also the empirical theory, which reduces space to sensation, and gives a s his own view that "the mind has a native and original capacity for re-acting upon certain physical data in such a way that the objects of its activity appear under the form of space." This theory he expounds a t considerable length, but fails to make clear what this "mental reconstruction of space " really is, or even what hedoi:10.1126/science.ns-14.347.223 fatcat:zjt4v5xfubcvhedh6qcwqbi53i