I. Ryan:But, indeed, let's not get too carried away with this: It would be a backwards method to say that we go from "real space/time" to our "views" of it. It's really that sets of our views - our views organized in certain ways as to satisfy our desires - are what define this "real space and time". Real space and time is nothing but sets of our views of them. Even calling them "our views of them" is an artifact of the backward method. Really it's just this: We experience things, and then we group them into categories as to reflect how we feel about them in terms of satisfying our desires - of course it all comes back to human action.