a finite distance traveled on a path is not the path
The length of a circular path is infinite. It has no final point or finite length like a path with a first and last point.If not in distance, in what sense are you saying the path is infinite?
I'll say it again: a finite distance traveled on a path is not the path just as a finite collection of elements from an infinite set is not the set.You are proposing infinite distance by proposing an infinite path. That is the entire basis of the claim. It's potential for being traversed is what makes it a path. And what do we find by traversing the path? We find it to be finite. Always. Continue traversing it? We find it to be finite.
What does limited mean in this context? The path is real even if it can't be seen.I also disagree that having to imagine something doesn't mean it doesn't exist. If it's limited to imagination, it does not exist.
The precise celestial coordinates of the path of a comet, for example, can be determined. From Wiki: "In astronomy and celestial navigation, an ephemeris gives the positions of naturally occurring astronomical objects as well as artificial satellites in the sky at a given time or times."
The path is as real as the space it occupies and the forces that cause the celestial body to conform to it, all of which are also real even if they .can't be seen.
Which god argument is that?Do you now realize you have been tricked into duplicating a God-Argument?