If a mathematician wants to explore infinity, there are many options - for example by calculating π , or the square root of 2, or dividing any number by 0.
For philosophers, the concept of infinity is fraught with enigmas.
Such questions are on record as having been considered for at least 2,000 years.
Further reading with examples The Internet Encyclopedia of Philosophy (IEP), University of Tennessee.
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