||those forming a number identical, 76;
also distinct, 77;
space implied in counting, 79;
every number both unit and synthesis of, 80;
two kinds, ultimate and provisional, 80
if divisible, then extended, 82;
split up by arithmetic, 84;
regarded by common
sense as indivisible, 84.
||attaching to number, 76;
all, due to simple act of the mind, 80
of act and of object, 81,
Spinoza and the divine, 208.
||hypothetical acceleration of motions of, 116, 193
molecular theory of, 143;
vague personality ascribed to, 213.