Philadelphia: Temple University Press (1991)
|Abstract||Introduction Ordinary experience seems both to take place in time and to concern things that happen in time. This seemingly simple fact is the starting ...|
|Keywords||Being Consciousness Existentialism Experience Metaphysics Phenomenology Temporality Time|
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