### Definition of Absolute space

1. Noun. Physical space independent of what occupies it.

Generic synonyms: Infinite, Space

### Definition of Absolute space

1. Noun. (physics) The Newtonian concept of an unchanging and unchangeable reference system of spatial (and temporal) coordinates that is the same for all observers ¹

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### Lexicographical Neighbors of Absolute Space

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### Literary usage of Absolute space

Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:

1. The Problem of Space in Jewish Mediaeval Philosophy by Israel Efros (1917)
"CHAPTER II absolute space THE subject that now presents itself for discussion, is absolute space, by which I mean not the space of this or that object that ..."

2. Matter and Motion by James Clerk Maxwell (1878)
"absolute space.—absolute space is conceived as remaining always similar to itself and immovable. The arrangement of the parts of space can no more be ..."

3. The Methodist Review (1877)
"Reason docs not ask what bounds absolute space, knowing that because it is absolute it can have no boundary or limitation. In like manner, we rise from ..."

4. Space, Time, and Deity: The Gifford Lectures at Glasgow, 1916-1918 by Samuel Alexander (1920)
"It is because Time is intrinsically repeated in Space and absolute space in Time that it is possible at all to speak of Time or -^and Space by themselves, ..."

5. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1921)
"However, Newton and his successors believed firmly in an absolute space and an absolute time, ... But could such an absolute space be actually found? ..."

6. Philosophy of the Mechanics of Nature, and the Source and Modes of Action of by Zachariah Allen (1852)
"Space, when thus considered as unoccupied, is termed "absolute space" The idea of absolute space, unoccupied by a single living being, and by a single ..."