An archer bends the bow infinitely close to the breaking point to get infinite maximization. Bending it is 0 until the moment it breaks and if the bow breaks that becomes an empirically existing event, 1. Bending is 0 and includes all, infinitely, other events of different amounts of bending that come before the breaking event 1. This assumes one can divide a distance bent infinitely many times into infinitely tiny lengths. The difference between the an unbroken bow and a broken bow is then infinitesimal. How come so tiny differences can have such different results? However, we don’t need to use only 0 and 1 when defining the world; that’s just one part of the mind, there are many other thoughts as well.
The Parable of the Bow