Socionists believe that is the function of space and will. Augusta called it "the external statics of an object or objects". That definition seems to ill-accord wtih the concept of space as a factor of seperation between objects.
Could it be that sees the world as nothing but will? Particularly, forces and their magnitudes. If one witnesses space in the lense of then, it is the "force" seperating objects from each other. It does not matter that such a force has not been described; it can be implied as simply "there" and immediately evident. If it exists, it is a force.
Can dominants comment on this reasoning?