Farrer – Finite and Infinite: A Philosophical Essay

Austin Farrer, Finite and Infinite

A 1975 Study with Arthur McGill at Harvard University

Going well beyond free will and determinism, Austin Farrer struggles to understand the transformation nexus between the finite and infinite. He uses the concept of the hypostatic. Though rich with history, especially within the struggle to grasp what is now known as the hypostatic union — fully man, fully God — this book is relevant today because science has developed many formal ways to work around the concept of the infinite, i.e. renormalization: https://81018.com/renormalization/

Scholars like Max Tegmark (MIT) would like to retire it altogether:
https://81018.com/redefinition/

Farrer’s work began to confirm my understanding of the infinite as the perfection of the continuity, symmetry, and harmony. -Bruce Camber

Go to a Wikipedia’s overview of Austin Farrer and Arthur McGill.


Continuity equations

Navier–Stokes equations https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Continuity_equation