The concept of time

Roger Teichmann

Areas covered in this text include: tense and tenselessness; periods and instants; the measurement of time; and time, change and causation. The author attempts to show how considerations in the philosophy of logic and language are needed to settle many of the issues here. For example, the debate about tenselessness turns out to hinge on whether a genuinely tense-free language is conceivable; and the possibility of time without change is grounded in what makes duration-statements have the sense they do.

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  • Introduction - PART 1: TENSE AND TENSELESSNESS - Preamble - McTaggart's Argument - Facts, Knowledge and Belief - Truth-Conditions - Conclusion - PART 2: HOW LONG THINGS LAST AND WHEN THEY HAPPEN - Dates and Units - Periods and Instants - PART 3: TIME, CHANGE AND CAUSATION - Time and Change - The Direction of Time - Appendix: The Notion of a Criterion: Wright's Objections - Index

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書名 The concept of time
著作者等 Teichmann, Roger
出版元 Macmillan;St. Martin's Press
刊行年月 1995
ページ数 x, 196 p.
大きさ 23 cm
ISBN 0312127030
0333645502
NCID BA25878052
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言語 英語
出版国 イギリス
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